UEL: Fans Give Ronaldo’s New Celebration A New Name After His Goal Against Sheriff

Manchester United secured their progression to the knockout stages of the Europa League on Thursday, thanks to a 3-0 home win over Sheriff Tiraspol. Cristiano Ronaldo returned to the starting XI with a goal as Manchester United officially confirmed a top-two spot in Group E of the Europa League with victory over Sheriff. United now have a group decider with Real Sociedad – who beat Nicosia 2-0 on Thursday night – on the sixth Europa League matchday. United lost to current Group E leaders Real Sociedad 1-0 at Old Trafford, so the Red Devils would need a big win in Spain on the final matchday of the group stage to overhaul them into first place.


After being dropped for Saturday’s Premier League draw with Chelsea due to his behaviour in last week’s win over Tottenham, Ronaldo was brought into the starting line-up by manager Erik ten Hag and scored the third goal of the game from close range after his initial effort had been saved. Earlier, Ronaldo’s Portugal team-mate Diogo Dalot had headed United in front from a corner on the stroke of half-time before substitute Marcus Rashford doubled the lead with a powerful header from a Luke Shaw cross. This article will focus on how fans are reacting after Ronaldo scored his second UEFA Europa League goal of the season. Take a look!

1. Many Fans Have Given Cristiano Ronaldo New Celebration A New Name- “PEACE OFMIND.”


Recall that Ronaldo’s “SUII” celebration is one of the most iconic celebrations in football history. However, the 37-year-old striker seems to have changed his celebration, as he now folds his arms on his chest to jubilate. Against Sheriff, he did the same celebration, and many fans have described this new celebration as peace of mind.




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