Blaise Matuidi insisted Juventus will help Cristiano Ronaldo open his Serie A account after the superstar fired another blank for the Italian champions.

Ronaldo has experienced a barren start to life in Serie A following his blockbuster arrival from Real Madrid, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner scoreless in Juve's 2-1 win at Parma on Saturday.

The 33-year-old forward tallied eight shots against Parma without finding the back of the net but Matuidi – who scored the winner – believes Ronaldo will break his duck.

"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."

Douglas Costa, who came off the bench for his 50th Juve appearance, added: "Cristiano is playing in a new league and understandably he wants to score but he also knows it's the three points that matter most."