Entire Allianz Stadium Join In With Cristiano Ronaldo's "SIUUUUUU" At Scudetto Title Party

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated his first ever Scudetto with his trademark "SIUUUUUU" last night and over 40,000 fans joined in.

The Bianconeri were presented with their eighth consecutive Serie A trophy following the 1-1 draw with Atalanta and each player was given a special entrance out of the tunnel and back onto the pitch.

And after giving high-fives to the young mascots, Ronaldo performed his iconic celebration on the blue carpet and everyone in the ground belted out his signature phrase. Goosebumps.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner, who has now won league titles and been crowned the division's best player in three different countries, then collected his winners' medal and took his place on the podium with his teammates.

Ronaldo has used the sí - which means 'yes' in Spanish - celebration since his days at Real Madrid, along with when he famously yelled it after he won the Ballon d'Or in 2015.

"The scream? The players know I always do that shout when I score a goal or when we win," he told Cuatro.

"It's our team shout, from Real Madrid."

When CR7 bagged against SPAL back in November, he ran towards the corner flag and was met with a deafening roar from the Juventus faithful.

He's also mixed it up a bit in recent times, adding a nice twist to it after he took a page out of Paulo Dybala's book by using the 'Dybalamask' celebration against Sassuolo.

With one final game of the campaign remaining, the 34-year old five-time Ballon d'Or winner has scored 27 goals and registered 10 assists in all competitions.

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