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Ghana’s Osman Bukari performs Cristiano Ronaldo’s ‘SIUUU’ celebration after scoring his goal against Portugal

Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t look too happy about Ghana’s Ousmane Bockarie celebrating his goal.

The Portugal captain had the crowd shouting “Siuuu” as he celebrated by scoring a penalty just after the hour mark in the World Cup group match between the two nations.

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Bockarie pulled one back for Ghana

And Ronaldo famously did

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And Ronaldo’s famous verb “SIUUU”

Andre Ayew then rose to the level for Ghana, only for Fernandos Santos’ side to score two more goals.

But after Ronaldo came out with his team strongly, Ghanaian Bukary pulled one back for his team as the clock approached the end of the match.

And the Ghana star clearly had one thing in mind when he sent the ball into the net.

As he ran towards the corner flag, he rudely called out Ronaldo’s signature “SIUUU”.

The cameras then panned to the former Manchester United player sitting on the bench, who threw his hands in the air in frustration.

The frustration was made even more by the concession of the game as life burst into life in the second half after a dull first 45 minutes.


Ronaldo watched Bockari lead against his country from the bench

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Ronaldo watched Bockari lead against his country from the bench

And he was clearly not happy that he had copied his iconic celebration

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And he was clearly not happy that he had copied his iconic celebration

He also threw up his arms in frustration

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He also threw up his arms in frustration

Ghana were desperate for an equalizer and came close in the closing stages when Inaki Williams tried to pounce on a Diogo Costa error.

Hiding behind the Portugal goalkeeper, Williams waited for Costa to put the ball down and when he did, he stole the ball for what looked like a late equalizer, but slipped in when it mattered.

Ghana now face tough encounters with South Korea and Uruguay in their bid to qualify for the knockout stages.

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