SCOTT McTOMINAY celebrated Cristiano Ronaldo’s first goal of the season by appearing to whisper “siuu” in his ear.
The Portuguese superstar, 37, fired home from the penalty spot in Manchester United’s 2-0 Europa League win over FC Sheriff.
After slotting the ball down the middle, Ronaldo ran into the corner to do his trademark spinning jump.
He was then mobbed by his Red Devils team-mates – including midfielder McTominay.
And video replays showed the in-form Scot appearing to do the “siuu” sound in the huddle – echoing thousands of Ronaldo fans in the ground.
Some fans on Twitter were loving the support from McTominay.
One said: “The best thing he’s done in four years.”
Another wrote: “Epic.”
But others found the whole thing “cringe” and “embarrassing”.
A third commented: “Grow up.”
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And a final user replied: “Bit sad ain’t it?”
The rest of McTominay’s display, though, attracted plenty of praise as he continues to enjoy a hot streak under Erik ten Hag that is keeping £70million summer signing Casemiro out of the team.
Meanwhile, some desperate Ronaldo superfans also pointed out that the goal ensured their hero surpassed Lionel Messi’s all-time tally in the Europa League.
His spot-kick was his first strike in the B-list Uefa club competition.
But that is one more than Messi – who is on zero goals from zero appearances.