Ghana’s Osman Bukari performs Cristiano Ronaldo’s ‘SIUUU’ celebration after scoring his goal against Portugal

Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t seem too pleased to see Ghana’s Osman Bukari performing his signature goal celebration.

The Portugal captain had already had the crowd chanting ‘Siuuu’ as he celebrated scoring a penalty just over the hour in the World Cup group stage game between the two nations.

Bukari retired one for Ghana

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Bukari retired one for Ghana

And has Ronaldo's iconic

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And has Ronaldo’s iconic “SIUUU”

Andre Ayew then equalized for Ghana, only for Fernandos Santos’ side to score two more goals.

But after Ronaldo gave his side a clear lead, Ghana’s Bukari pulled one back for his side as the clock ticked towards full-time.

And the Ghanaian star clearly had one thing in mind as he sent the ball into the back net.

As he ran towards the corner flag and cheekily uttered Ronaldo’s signature “SIUUU”.

Cameras then panned to the former Manchester United player, who sat on the bench and threw his hands in the air in frustration.

It was rather frustrating to concede a goal as the game came alive in the second half after a boring first 45 minutes.


Ronaldo watched from the bench as Bukari scored against his country

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Ronaldo watched from the bench as Bukari scored against his country

And was obviously not pleased that he had copied his iconic celebration

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And was obviously not pleased that he had copied his iconic celebration

As he threw up his arms in frustration

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As he threw up his arms in frustration

Ghana were keen to equalize and came so close in the closing stages when Inaki Williams tried to pounce on a mistake by Diogo Costa.

Williams hid behind the Portuguese goalkeeper, waiting for Costa to put the ball on the ground and when he did, stole the ball for what appeared to be a late equaliser, but slipped when it counted.

Ghana now face tough battles with South Korea and Uruguay to qualify for the knockout rounds.

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