Juventus earned a comfortable 2-0 win over second-bottom Cremonese in Serie A on Sunday, Sportivationng.com reports.
Paul Pogba started his first match since returning but he only lasted for 20 minutes.
Pogba, who returned to Juventus last summer but has struggled with injury since, began the game well as he started a match for the first time since last April when he played for Manchester United at Liverpool.
But the Frenchman only lasted a little over 20 minutes before he injured himself again and left the field in tears, heading straight down the tunnel as he was replaced by Arkadiusz Milik.
Juventus controlled the game and Nicolo Fagioli put the hosts in front 10 minutes into the second half when he fired the ball into the top of the net, while Gleison Bremer sealed the win with a close-range header.
Juventus, second in the table, moved eight points clear of fifth-placed AC Milan in the battle for a top four finish and Champions League qualification. (Reuters)