Georgina Rodríguez, the wife of Cristiano Ronaldo has dropped a video of their children pulling out their father’s iconic ‘Siuuu‘ goal celebration.
The post by Georgina was shared on 5th June 2022 which marked the birthday of her children; Eva and Mateo who just turned 5 years old.
The post showed all but excluding her newest daughter with the footballer. Sharing the post, Georgina captioned it with “Happy 5 years to the loves of my life. Mama couldn’t be more proud of you and the wonderful beings you are becoming. I love you with all my heart. For blowing up millions of candles together“.
Georgina’s sister, Ivana Rodríguez hours later also shared pictures from Eva and Mateo’s 5th birthday celebration. In the post, she was seen holding Ronaldo’s new baby standing close to her nephews and her sister.
Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr has on many occasions pulled out his father’s iconic ‘Siuuu’ goal celebration as he continues to follow in his footsteps with Manchester United.
With his dad returning to Old Trafford last summer, Ronaldo Jr followed him in signing with United’s youth academy back in February. Since then, fans have been keeping a close eye on the 11-year-old’s progress.
Videos of the youngster pulling out all of the tricks in training have already shown he looks set to follow in his father’s footsteps. The trademark stepovers and shots from distance demonstrated just how Ronaldo Jr takes after his dad.
And, while in action for United’s Under-12s side this week, he showed yet another sign of that Ronaldo class as he pulled out his dad’s trademark celebration.
There was the usual sight of a Ronaldo on the scoresheet as United’s U12s took on EF Girones Sabat. The Reds made light work of the Spanish side, with Ronaldo Jr grabbing their fifth goal of the game.
And as he ran towards the corner flag in celebration, you could have easily been watching his father in action. The 11-year-old made his way to the corner of the pitch, before leaping in the air and producing the trademark Ronaldo spin, and of course, accompanying it with the customary ‘siuuu’.