CRISTIANO RONALDO was left frustrated after failing to find the net for a third game in a row as a Juventus player.
Ronaldo is yet to score a competitive goal for Juve since joining the Serie A club from Real Madrid during the summer.
During the 2-1 win over Parma, the 33-year-old had eight shots without scoring as Mario Mandzukic and Blaise Matuidi scored the crucial goals.
Ronaldo left Real Madrid with a stunning scoring record, bagging over 450 goals during his nine months in the Spanish capital.
And Matuidi has revealed that Ronaldo was not happy having failed to score but is adamant the goals will come.
“He is a great player and will score eventually, as he’s very important for this team,” Matuidi told DAZN.
“He was unlucky this evening, but we will help him and he’s got plenty of time.
“He was a little annoyed at not being able to score, but it’ll come.”
Ronaldo topped the 40 goal mark for Real Madrid for eight seasons with his debut campaign the only year he failed to reach the mark.
He scored in every competition that he featured in for Los Blancos, becoming a true legend of the club.