Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Ronaldo’s new celebration after his goal v Everton explained

 Ronaldo’s new celebration after his goal v Everton explained

When Cristiano Ronaldo scored against Everton on Sunday night, Manchester United fans all over the world expected to see his famous ‘Siu!’ celebration.

The Manchester United iconic no.7 demonstrated his enduring quality after replacing the injured Anthony Martial with a superb left-footed finish into the bottom corner of Jordan Pickford’s net.

It proved to be their  winning goal on Merseyside, as well as Ronaldo’s 700th goal in club football. 

He is only the second player in game history (after Josef Bican) to reach that incredible milestone, and the moment called for his trademark celebration – but that’s not what we saw.

Instead, a hug was given to Marcus Rashford, followed by a new celebration in which Cristiano and new teammate Antony stood upright with their heads back, eyes closed, and fingers crossed in front of their chests.

 Ronaldo’s goal celebration explained

Ronaldo’s celebration was a self-deprecating in-joke with his teammates, according to Manutd, highlighting the strong bonds among Erik ten Hag’s squad.

Of course, Cristiano is well-known for looking after himself and ensuring he is always in peak condition, which entails hours of hard work on the training field and in the gym.

It also entails resting at the appropriate times and getting enough sleep to aid in his recovery: it has previously been reported that Ronaldo naps several times per day!

CR7’s celebration at Everton was an amusing nod to the position in which he sleeps when traveling with the squad, which was noticed by his teammates, who are all eager to learn from him.

Bruno Fernandes, Harry Maguire, and Marcus Rashford were among those to congratulate Ronaldo on his 700th club goal on Sunday night.

Because of his status, the squad presented a special ‘700’ shirt and balloon display at Carrington on Monday morning before posing for a group photo with Cristiano.

 Ronaldo’s new celebration after his goal v Everton explained