- The Palmeiras Women team has gone viral after pulling off the now-trendy 'peace of mind' celebration
- The team was celebrating after beating Boca Juniors during the Copa Libertadores at the weekend
- Cristiano Ronaldo debuted the celebration earlier in the month after he scored his 700th club goal against Everton
Cristiano Ronaldo's influence in the world of sports is unmatched.
Despite the veteran striker's bumpy start to the new season, he is still somehow finding his way to the front pages.
Recently, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner stole the headlines after he dumped his famous 'Siuuu' celebration with the new ‘peace of mind’ one.
Ronaldo pulled off the now-trendy celebration after scoring his 700th goal in club football against Everton earlier in the month.
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The celebration involves one standing upright with their head back, eyes closed, fingers crossed in front of their chests.
Given Ronaldo's influence, a number of sporting stars have been copying the new celebration during games.
Palmeiras team copies Ronaldo's celebration
The Palmeiras Women are the latest sporting stars to pull off the celebration.
The team copied the new celebration after beating Boca Juniors in the Copa Libertadores final at the weekend.
Photos of the imitation have been doing rounds on social media, with users pinpointing Ronaldo's influence in the sporting world.
"Everything he touches turns into gold ."
A second noted:
"Might not be the best player ever but I bet the most influential sportsman."
"Ronaldo owns the street."
A fourth concluded:
"Statistically, the most influential human on earth, whatever he does they emulate, should avoid controversy and do more positively knowing how impactful his actions can affect the entire globe."
Cristiano Ronaldo snubs Jamie Carragher
Sports Brief earlier reported on Ronaldo ignoring Liverpool great Jamie Carragher during a live broadcast, but greeting his former Red Devils teammate Gary Neville.
Carragher was in the company of former Manchester United players, including Roy Keane and Neville.
Ronaldo walked straight to Neville then skipped Carragher, who was in the middle, before heading straight towards Keane despite Carragher's attempts to greet him.