Ghana’s Osman Bukari does Cristiano Ronaldo’s ‘SIUUU’ celebration after scoring against Portugal for Ghana, and Ronaldo wasn’t impressed

    Cristiano Ronaldo wasn’t best pleased as Ghana’s Osman Bukari pulled out his signature ‘SUIII’ celebration as he scored against Portugal.

    The Portuguese icon had already brought out his signature move as he netted a penalty just over the hour mark in the countries’ opening World Cup tie.

    Bukari pulled one back for Ghana

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    Bukari pulled one back for Ghana

    And did Ronaldo’s iconic ‘SIUUU’

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    And did Ronaldo’s iconic ‘SIUUU’

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

    But after Ronaldo came off with his side firmly ahead, Ghana’s Bukari pulled one back for his side as the clock edged towards full-time

    And the Ghana star clearly had one thing on his mind as he sent the ball into the back of the net.

    As he ran towards the corner flag and cheekily let out Ronaldo’s signature ‘SIUUU’.

    Cameras then panned towards CR7 on the Portugal bench, and it’s fair to say the now ex-Manchester United star was less than impressed, as he threw his hands in the air in frustration.

    Who knows if he was annoyed at the celebration or conceding – but it summed up what had been a dull tie turned into a seriously tasty one.

    Ronaldo watched Bukari net against his country from the bench

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    Ronaldo watched Bukari net against his country from the bench

    And clearly wasn’t pleased he’d copied his iconic celebration

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    And clearly wasn’t pleased he’d copied his iconic celebration

    As he threw his arms up in frustration

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    As he threw his arms up in frustration

    Ghana were desperate to get an equaliser and came so close in the final stages, but Portugal held their nerve.

    They now face tough clashes with South Korea and Uruguay in a bid to qualify for the knockout stages.

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