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Everton winger Andros Townsend really just did Cristiano Ronaldo's iconic 'Siuuu' celebration after equalising against Manchester United - moments after the five-time Ballon d'Or winner came on.
Ronaldo started on the bench this afternoon after playing a full 90 minutes against Villarreal in midweek.
He came on with United leading 1-0 thanks to an Anthony Martial strike - but Townsend spoiled that.
The winger fired past David de Gea and immediately wheeled away to the corner flag to bust out his celebration.
Andros Townsend does the Siiuuuuuu at Old Trafford!
He enjoys a goal in Manchester! A wonderful flowing move! pic.twitter.com/8DYwq0GdY1
- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) October 2, 2021
Townsend leapt into the air and landed in the exact same pose as Ronaldo and BT Sports' cameras picked up his reaction.
You just know that has to have stung.
Fans have reacted to Townsend's celebration and they think it's the kind of sh**housery that makes the Premier League special.
That's one of the funniest things I've seen all year :large_blue_circle: https://t.co/MfnmM2zYwV- Jonathan Kennedy (@Jkennedy_13) October 2, 2021
Don't care if this ends 7-1 to United, Andros Townsend has won pic.twitter.com/CccmCQwzIq- Danny (@DannyAaronsFUT) October 2, 2021
NO WAY TOWNSEND DID RONALDO CELEBRATION IN FRONT OF 80000 PEOPLE AT OLD TRAFFORD:sob::sob::sob: pic.twitter.com/H480g2qrQT- • (@The_Gerrard_Era) October 2, 2021
Man United getting mugged off by Andros Townsend is the stuff of dreams :joy::fist: pic.twitter.com/F8OxymKsSM- Lawrence Bury (@lawrence_bury) October 2, 2021
As if Andros Townsend turned up to Old Trafford and did the SIUUUU.- Patrick Timmons (@PatrickTimmons1) October 2, 2021
It was a much changed United side with Ronaldo on the bench alongside Paul Pogba.
Coming into the side Edinson Cavani and Martial, who opened the scoring with his first goal in eight months.
The Frenchman bent home a lovely effort and left Ben Godfrey and Yerry Mina on the floor.
But Townsend's strike got a depleted Toffees back in it.
Mina then thought he'd given Everton shock lead late on but he was correctly judged to be offside.