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Garnacho Hits Ronaldo's 'Siuuu' Celebration After Scoring Bicycle Kick for Man United vs Everton
- Alejandro Garnacho paid tribute to Cristiano Ronaldo in a special way over the weekend
- The Manchester United star hit the 'Siuuu' celebration after opening his side's goal tally
- The Red Devils won the match, with Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford adding goals
Alejandro Garnacho paid homage to Cristiano Ronaldo on Sunday evening after he found the back of the net against Everton with a stunning overhead kick.
The Manchester United youngster has always idolised the Portuguese legend and has never hidden his admiration for the iconic forward.
Back in October 2022, Garnacho openly admitted that it was a dream for him to play alongside the veteran striker after the duo lined up together for a Man United match.
"I don't know if it's real or if I'm dreaming," he captioned a photo of him and Ronaldo on X (formerly Twitter) shortly after the match.
Garnacho copies Ronaldo's 'Siuuu' celebration
The youngster once again proved his love for the Al-Nassr star by copying the Portuguese's iconic 'Siuuu' celebration.
The United ace hit the move after he scored a bicycle kick against the Toffees in a Premier League match staged at Goodison Park.
Incidentally, this was not the first time Garnacho pulled off the celebration, having previously hit the trademark gesture.
The 19-year-old joined the Red Devils back in 2020 from Atletico Madrid, with the EPL giants fending off interest from Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund.
In April, he was handed a new, improved contract at Old Trafford after showing glimpses of progress under Erik ten Hag, per The Mirror.
Van de Beek ready to leave Man United
Earlier, Sports Brief reported on Donny van de Beek hinting at quitting Manchester United ahead of the January transfer window.
The Dutch midfielder has endured a frustrating spell at Old Trafford since he joined the Red Devils from Ajax in the summer of 2022.
United forked out £34.6 million - plus another €5mil (£4.4mil) in add-ons - to land his services and that deal is valid until June 2025.