The French international left United in something of a U-turn over the summer after penning a new contract at Old Trafford.
Evra was immediately put into Juventus's first team, but his performances haven't been spectacular and between injuries and tactical decisions he has been on the sidelines for a significant part of the season.
The decision was rewarded when Evra rose to meet a Claudio Marchisio corner to put Juventus in the lead. Evra is not known for his scoring prowess and only managed seven goals in 273 outings for Manchester United, so his goal for his new employers may prove to be something of a collector's item.
However, Juventus were unable to fully capitalise and could only draw 1-1 as reported Tottenham target Manolo Gabbiadini scored, ending a 25-game home winning streak for the Bianconeri.
Watch Evra's first Juventus goal: