Why does Cristiano Ronaldo do his new ‘sleeping’ celebration?

RENOWNED for his iconic “Siu”, Cristiano Ronaldo has debuted his new ‘sleeping’ celebration which has got the world talking.

CR7’s trusty ‘Siu” celebration has become a fan favourite, often echoing around stadiums after scoring for both club and country.

Times Newspapers LtdCristiano Ronaldo performing the ‘Siu’ in front of the Old Trafford faithful[/caption]

Spectators in Qatar will be hoping to witness the celebration live and in person, however it seems as though Portugal’s star man has found a new way to celebrate.

After introducing the world to his new ‘sleeping’ celebration earlier on in the season, Ronaldo has fans in speculation on what it could mean.

Why does Ronaldo do his new ‘sleeping’ celebration?

After first performing the celebration after netting the winner during Manchester United’s 2-1 win against Everton in October, fans believed the celebration could be a nod to him finally scoring his 700th club career goal or even a dig at manager Erik Ten Haag for making him a regular on the bench.

However club media at Manchester United has since revealed the pose to be an inside joke between the club legend and the other players, with the position replicating how Ronaldo sleeps when travelling with the squad.

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United released a statement reading: “We can now reveal that Ronaldo’s celebration was a self-deprecating in-joke with his fellow team-mates, highlighting the strong bonds among the players in Erik ten Hag’s squad.”

They continued “CR7’s celebration at Everton was amusingly a nod to the position in which he sleeps when travelling with the squad, which hasn’t gone unnoticed by his team-mates who are all eager to learn from him.”

Just like the “Siu”, fans and players have copied the icon’s new pose, including teammate Alejandro Garnacho who asked Ronaldo personally if he could use the celebration.

With this now in his locker, fans will be left to speculate which celebration he will use if he is able to score for Portugal during the World Cup.

Ronaldo isn’t the only player at the world cup with an iconic celebration however, as Kylian Mbappe’s arms crossed as well as Lionel Messi’s point to the sky.

All three will be strong contenders looking to claim the golden boot, showing off their much loved celebrations in the meantime.

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