Cristiano Ronaldo Was Furious When A Ghana Player Performed His 'SIUU' Celebration After Scoring

Cristiano Ronaldo was enraged following seeing Ghana's Osman Bukari copy his 'SIUU' reaction after scoring.

After scoring a penalty in the 65th minute of Portugal's World Cup opening, Ronaldo became the 1st player to score in 5 distinct World Cups.

He fell down under a defender's challenge and ramped up with an impressive spot-kick before turning to his famous celebration, which had the fans joining in with the cry.

When Cristiano Ronaldo was substituted in the game, he watched as Bukari of Red Star Belgrade went home to cut the gap.

Rather than grabbing the ball and passing back to the halfway line, he chose to perform his own 'SIUU.'

Following Portugal's 3-2 lead, the cameras instantly switched to Ronaldo, who was obviously upset.

Ghana made Portugal problems and were equal in the 73rd minute when West Ham striker Andre Ayew and ex Swansea poked home.

However, Fernando Santos' team responded quickly with goals from Rafael Leao and Joao Felix. Both scores were assisted by Man United's Bruno Fernandes, who was on invention at Stadium 974.

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Ronaldo made his first appearance since Manchester United terminated his agreement after his controversial interview with Piers Morgan, which landed him in hot water with his employers.

Cristiano Ronaldo was overcome with emotion as he sang out the national anthem following leading his squad onto the pitch.

The 37-year-old has now recorded 8 World Cup goals in 5 tournaments, his debut coming from the penalty spot against Iran in the 2006 in Germany.

He still has yet to score in a knockout round match, with all of his goals coming in the group round.

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