Usually, Manchester United striker, Cristiano Ronaldo, would have celebrated his goal for the club by running to the side of the pitch, jumping high in the air and screaming “Siuuu” as he lands but the 37-year-old celebrated his 700th career goal against Everton at Goodison Park on October 9, by closing his eyes, rolled his head back and stood with fingers crossed in front of his chest.
His new celebration style has replaced the iconic Siuuu!’ and has not been given a name yet.
Already two of his team mates at Manchester United, Antony Santos and Alejandro Garnacho, have already mimicked the Portuguese Superstar.
Also, other players have equally copied the celebration. A Man City academy player Carlos Borges celebrated his hat trick against Manchester United U21s with the new Ronaldo style.
Nigerian player Ademola Lookman and his teammate Demiral celebrated in similar fashion after the latter opened the scoring for Atalanta against Napoli in their Serie A game today.