Juventus got their chase for Champions League qualification back on track as they earned a 3-1 win over Sassuolo.
Beaten 3-0 and knocked out of Serie A's top four by Milan over the weekend, the champions sat four points shy of fourth going into this game.
But they responded well, claiming an important victory over Europa League-chasing Sassuolo on their own turf.
See who stood out for Juve below.
With the scores tied at 0-0, a clumsy challenge from Leonardo Bonucci handed the hosts a chance to get their noses in front.
But Buffon showed his class, diving to his left to keep out a powerful Domenico Berardi penalty and set his side on their way to victory.
The Portuguese might not still be the player of his peak years, but he is still one of the deadliest forwards in the world, as his goal proved.
Taking the ball in the right hand channel, he cut in on his left and gave the keeper the eyes before calmly passing the ball home on his left foot.
The Frenchman's opener was pure class, with an elegant drive from midfield being followed by a finish from distance into the corner.
And he also had a hand in Ronaldo's goal, playing his teammate in behind with a powerful header that split the Sassuolo defence.