Manchester United has shed some light on Cristiano Ronaldo’s new celebration after adding a new one to his usual Siuu repertoire.
Ronaldo’s celebrations have become quite iconic over the years, as he runs to corners, jumps in the air, turns around, puts his arms to his sides and shouts “Siuuu”.
The Ballon d’Or winner shouted five times his trademark even when receiving one of the past awards, confusing most people at the time.
Even Ronaldo’s son, Cristiano Jr., went into action when he scored for Manchester United’s under-12 team, talking about the brand.
But on Saturday, when he scored a hat-trick to help his team out of trouble, Cristiano Sr. joined. with fellow Portuguese teammate Diogo Dalot in another celebration, swinging their arms back and forth.
It looks like this is because the right-back and striker have been going to the gym together and sharing a specific piece of equipment.
The club posted the video along with a photo of the pair using the Concept2 SkiErg at the club’s Carrington training ground, where some supporters protested on Friday.
The machine works on the muscles of the arm and needs the kind of movements that Dalot and Ronaldo exhibit when they celebrate together.
Anthony Elanga set up Ronaldo for the first time against Norwich when he took the ball in Ben Gibson’s pocket and squared it up to allow the striker to score.
The club’s top scorer this season doubled the lead, this time above Gibson, when he came home from an Alex Telles corner kick.
He completed a hat-trick, scoring the club’s first free kick since July 2020, when he was still a Juventus player and his second since leaving Real Madrid, leaving Chris Sutton surprised.
Although a hat-trick in the game-winning campaign took his total to 21, questions remain as to whether the Premier League team was right to bring him back.
Jamie Carragher described the move as a “joking signal” and claimed United should be looking for “the next Ronaldo” rather than bringing in the aging star.
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