Manchester United U12s dazzled as Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. won a tournament in Catalonia this week. CR7’s son also scored a goal and celebrated with the famous “Siou” by the Red Devils striker.
With the Champions League crashed out and struggling in the Premier League, Manchester United can still count on an inspired Cristiano Ronaldo in the league. And in the family of the five-time Ballon d’Or, his son Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. is ready to take over. Youngsters carefully watched during his successful stint with Juventus, the Portuguese star’s son was pictured again this week with Manchester United’s U12s during a controversial tournament in Catalonia.
Cristiano Ronaldo Jr scored his team’s last goal in a 5–0 win over local club Girona Sabbath from number 24 on his back. After receiving a fine free kick to within six metres, the young Mancunian hopeful went on to celebrate his goal near the corner post by imitating his father and his traditional “siu”.
CR Jr is already drawing crowds
Beyond this beautiful celebration in tribute to his father, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. also stole the show from all the participants of the youth tournament. According to elements shared by Mundo Deportivo, more than 1,000 spectators attended this Red Devils meeting and attended the celebration of the Portuguese striker.
Born in the United States of America and at the age of eleven, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. is already creating a lot of excitement in the football world. The author of a remarkable first performance in Italy with Juve’s hopes, while his father shone with Bianconeri, his stats impressed, the teen deserves a de facto official presentation even after arriving at Manchester United in 2021.