- Cristiano Ronaldo's goal celebration has been replicated by Man United star Bruno Fernandes
- The 25-year-old scored a goal in a mini-training session and did the trademark of Ronaldo's celebration
- Fernandes has scored three goals and provided four assists since his January move from Sporting Lisbon
Cristiano Ronaldo's trademark goal-celebration is something every fan likes to see when he scores a goal, cited on Mirror.
And his compatriot Bruno Fernandes has replicated the same celebration while practising on the pitch in self-isolation with Diogo Dalot.
Both Portuguese stars played the role of a striker and goalkeeper with a mini goal-post in a lush-green football pitch.
Fernandes made an attempt on goal with his right foot and Dalot could not get to ball before it went into the back of the net.
And the former Sporting Lisbon midfielder could not hide his joy as he ran towards the camera and did the suuu!.
The 25-year-old has also been a growing influence on the field of play since his January move from Lisbon.
His three goals and four assists for the Red Devils earned him the club's Player of the Month of February.
The creative midfielder has also been a huge influence to Scott Mctominay with reports claiming that the youngster usually gets advise from Fernandes during their training sessions.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Odion Ighalo has so far been making the headlines since he joined Man United from Shanghai Shenhua in the January window.
And the Nigerian striker has not only impressed on the pitch of play with four goals, he has also become an influential figure in the club's dressing room.
Many had criticized United boss Ole Gunnar Solskajer for signing Ighalo but some of them have eaten their words after impressing in just six weeks at Old Trafford.
Legit.ng also reported that Ighalo's wonder goal against LASK in the Europa has been questioned by Manchester United legend Paul Ince, cited on Daily Star.
The former defensive midfielder believed the empty stadium was a factor behind Ighalo's audacious attempt.
Ighalo made four decisive touches as he arrowed the ball into the roof of the net courtesy of an assist from Bruno Fernandes to put the Red Devils into the lead.
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