Cristiano Ronaldo is a striker for Juventus and the Portugal National Team.
It's no secret that Manchester United’s Alejandro Garnacho is one of, if not the biggest Cristiano Ronaldo fan amongst Europe’s most promising young players and the Argentine has continuously shown his admiration for the Portuguese by recreating some of his most iconic goal celebrations. This latest time in the Champions League against Galatasaray.
Watch: Garnacho hits Cristiano Ronaldo’s ‘calma’ after scoring opener vs Galatasaray
The goals, as well as the Ronaldo celebrations, are here to stay.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s iconic “SIU” celebration has been popular for years now and has reached the point where it has crossed over into other sports. CR7’s go-to celly made an appearance on Sunday Night Football when the Baltimore Ravens had a planned routine after a touchdown.
Zay Flowers Ronaldo celebration
Rookie wide receiver Zay Flowers scored late in the game on Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers and had clearly been practicing a Ronaldo celebration.
UPDATE: Inter Miami have released a statement that the reports of the club's participation in the Riyadh Season Cup is inaccurate.
Inter Miami statement on rumored friendly vs. Al-Nassr, calling the news “inaccurate”:“Earlier today, an announcement was issued stating that Inter Miami CF is scheduled to play in the Riyadh Season Cup. This is inaccurate.” pic.twitter.com/DoRsm2kp30
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a spectacular double as Al-Nassr stayed perfect in the Asian Champions League on Tuesday, the Saudi Pro League outfit getting a 4-3 win in Riyadh over Al Duhail from Qatar to move on to nine points from three games in Group E.
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid forward set up Anderson Talisca to score his side's opener in the 25th minute and Sadio Mane netted the second, with Ronaldo scoring from distance in the 61st minute to give Al-Nassr a three-goal lead.
Cristiano Ronaldo made his return to Al-Nassr’s starting XI after yet another successful international break with Portugal — becoming the only player to reach 200 international caps — and the 38-year-old came back doing what he’s been doing best this season, scoring goals.
Who said he can’t score free kicks anymore?
Cristiano Ronaldo free kick goal vs Damac
Yes, 38-year-old Ronaldo is still scoring free kick bangers.
We might've just noticed Ronaldo's only physical defect.
Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most successful soccer players of all time. He’s won the most UEFA Champions Leagues out of any player in the history of the competition, he’s won a league title in three of the most difficult leagues in the world, he's won five Ballon d’Or’s and four European Golden Boots with two different clubs, he's lead Portugal to to their first ever pair of international trophies and many of other individual and collective awards.
Forbes’ latest report of the highest paid soccer players 2023 reveals that Cristiano Ronaldo has skyrocketed to reclaim No. 1 on the list. Forbes accounts for players’ salaries and off-field income.
The Champions League is back and so are the stars that come along with it.
This season in the UEFA Champions League will be the first in almost two decades without the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi — arguably the two best players of all time and the two all-time goal scorers in the competition.
The worlds of sports and celebrity are often intertwined. While some of the most famous celebrity sports couples of the past decade are no longer together – from Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen to Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn – the internet practically explodes each time a new "it couple" emerges, blending stardom and athleticism.
This past weekend, the world lost its collective mind when Taylor Swift showed up at a Kansas City Chiefs game to support Travis Kelce after months of dating rumors. The pair were seen leaving the venue together, fueling the media frenzy.