Cristiano Ronaldo is the mirror in which to look at many children who start to play football, and it goes without saying that the Manchester United striker is one of the best players of the modern era of the beautiful game, adding to his record a simply spectacular collection of titles, both collectively and individually.
Like most great players, Cristiano Ronaldo has some celebrations that have attracted a lot of attention, many of them being imitated by his fans. But what is behind that celebration? Why does the Portuguese celebrate goals in this way? Cristiano Ronaldo began to celebrate his goals in this way at the end of 2014, but when the cry became famous worldwide was when he delivered it in full gala of the Ballon d'Or 2015, at the end of his speech as winner.
"Yes, I have done it as a dedication to my teammates. It is something we do regularly in training and in the dressing room. It is normal. It is the team's battle cry when we score a goal", explained the Portuguese star. From that moment, the celebration acquired a new dimension and even in the stands of the Santiago Bernabéu the 'siuuu' was shouted when the Portuguese star was named on the stadium's public address system. Cristiano Ronaldo has celebrated his goals in more ways, but none have had the fame of this special cry that will now be heard at Old Trafford.
Today, he was able to do it three times, in the hat-trick that he converted against a weak Luxembourg, who lost by 5 to 0. In this way, the Portuguese again stretched his record, as the top scorer of the national teams, with 114 goals.