Entire Stadium Shout "SIIU" When Cristiano Ronaldo Celebrates Goal For Portugal
The entire José Alvalade Stadium erupted when Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated his goal for Portugal.
Over 50,000 people screamed "SIIU" as Ronaldo performed his iconic goal celebration against Luxembourg during their Euro 2020 qualifier.
The Portugal captain brilliantly chipped the Luxembourg goalkeeper to score his side's second goal and fans inside the ground joined him in celebrating his goal.
Supporters simultaneously screamed along with the 34-year-old superstar in a spine-tingling moment.
It's not the first time fans have shouted "SIIU" along with Ronaldo.
Last season, Juventus fans cheered Ronaldo's trademark celebration after he netted a goal in the Serie A.
I love how the Juventus fans cheer "SIII" when Ronaldo celebrates unlike how the Real Madrid fans used to boo him.
- Aidan Walsh :beginner: (@AidanWalshMUFC) November 24, 2018
And his fans in Saudi Arabia also got involved. During the Italian Super Cup, 61,000 people shouted "SIIU" as Ronaldo jumped up in the air and pointed to the ground.
Ronaldo, meanwhile, scored his 699th career goal as Portugal beat Luxembourg 3-0 in Lisbon.
He has 94 international goals to his name, 15 behind all-time men's leading scorer Ali Daei who has 109 international goals for Iran.
The Juventus man is just one strike away from his 700th career goal.
:eyes: Most international goals all-time, men's football:
109 - Ali Daei :flag_ir:
94 - @Cristiano :flag_pt: (:soccer: goal today)
84 - Ferenc Puskás :flag_hu: pic.twitter.com/QZbt344I5T
- FIFA.com (@FIFAcom) October 11, 2019
The forward is closing in on yet another remarkable milestone in his 17-year long career, but he won't rest on his laurels even when he's done playing.
His vision is to replicate his success in the world of business, which he's well on his way to doing.
"I still love football. I love to entertain the fans and the people who love Cristiano. It doesn't matter the age, it's all about mentality," Ronaldo said to SPORTbible.
"The last five years I start to enjoy this process of seeing me outside of football, so who knows what will happen in the next year or two?
"I do not want to imitate anybody. You have to be yourself all the time, but you can always pick up small details and take something from good examples, not only in football but in other sports as well - Formula 1, NBA, golf, UFC, whatever. The best athletes have a similar work ethic.
"It has taken many years of hard work, dedication and passion to achieve what I have in football. Outside of football I'm not there yet, but I'm a competitive guy and I don't like to be the number two or number three. I always want to be number one. I will do it, 100 per cent."