Cristiano Ronaldo finally says what his famous 'Siu' goal celebration means.
Cristiano Ronaldo finally says what his famous ‘Siu’ goal celebration means. © Getty Images

In the past few years, Cristiano Ronaldo’s “Siu” celebration has become something of a worldwide phenomenon, with people shouting it at different times and in different places almost every day.

Since the Portuguese forward yelled “Siu” for the first time at the 2014 Ballon d’Or event, the word has taken on a life of its own. Ronaldo has said before that it means “yes” in Portuguese and that it came from a 2013 preseason game against Chelsea.

But now he has said what he really thinks about the famous event.

Cristiano Ronaldo, who is the official global brand ambassador for LiveScore, said, “It seems to have become its own global phenomenon, and I love it when other players do it or when people send me videos of people in other sports doing it or little kids doing it.”

In the past few years, Cristiano Ronaldo’s “Siu” celebration has become something of a worldwide phenomenon, with people shouting it at different times and in different places almost every day.

Since the Portuguese forward yelled “Siu” for the first time at the 2014 Ballon d’Or event, the word has taken on a life of its own. Ronaldo has said before that it means “yes” in Portuguese and that it came from a 2013 preseason game against Chelsea.

But now he has said what he really thinks about the famous event.

Cristiano Ronaldo, who is the official global brand ambassador for LiveScore, said, “It seems to have become its own global phenomenon, and I love it when other players do it or when people send me videos of people in other sports doing it or little kids doing it.”

Ronaldo is also excited about the future of football in Saudi Arabia, where he now plays for Al-Nasrr. New players like Karim Benzema and N’Golo Kante have come to the country in recent weeks, which is a good sign.

“It doesn’t surprise me, but it makes me really happy that people from all over the world are now watching the Saudi Pro League. I think the league will keep getting better, and more players from other teams in Europe will come to play here.The fans here have been so great to me and to those who follow me on this incredible trip. Every league and country is different, and I’m proud to have played in three different leagues in Europe (and won titles in all of them). “The biggest difference I’ve found in Saudi is the heat, so I’ve changed my plan to train later in the day when it’s cooler. But I’m really used to it now.”

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