- Cristiano Ronaldo says he first used the ‘sii’ celebration against Chelsea
- The Juventus striker is famous for his trademark goal celebration during matches
- Ronaldo says his former team-mates at Real Madrid knew he always shouts ‘sii’ anytime he scores
Cristiano Ronaldo has finally narrated how he first started with his now famous ‘sii’ celebration which many fans in Spain translate to mean ‘yes’, and why he stuck with it.
The Juventus striker disclosed he did not know how the celebration came about but according to him, he first used it against Chelsea in the US.
Ronaldo’s unique celebration has been a trademark of his career with the Portuguese sensation making their sign before making a jump after he scores a goal.
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"Well, I was in the US and we played against Chelsea and I don't know where it came from. I just scored and I went, 'sii!'" he 35-year-old said on YouTube football channel soccer.com.
"But it was natural, to be honest and after that, I started doing it.
After Ronaldo scored a breathtaking goal against SPAL in the Serie A last season, the entire Juventus stadium erupted into the sii scream.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo’s sister Elma Aviero seems to be bitter that her brother failed to win the Coppa Italia as the Bianconeri lost 4-2 on penalties to Napoli after a 0-0 draw.
Juventus failed to convert their first two kicks from Paulo Dybala and Danilo with Lorenzo Insigne and Politano converting their respective chances.
Juve manager Maurizio Sarri has stated emphatically that Ronaldo is lacking sharpness following his side's painful defeat against Napoli in Coppa Italia final.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Bernardo Silva has weighed in on the Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi debate, saying it not a debatable issue and people should enjoy them.
The Man City star and Ronaldo both represent Portugal and they won Europe's first Nations League tournament together. And Silva has been appreciative of the privilege of training alongside the Juventus star when they assemble for national team assignments.
However, on who is the better player between his fellow countryman and Barcelona star Messi, Silva does not want to choose, instead, he suggested people should enjoy their craft on the pitch.
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