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Watch Anthony Elanga join Cristiano Ronaldo in double ‘siu’ celebration during Man Utd’s win over Norwich

MAN UTD starlet Anthony Elanga couldn’t hide his admiration for Cristiano Ronaldo by copying his famous ‘siu’ celebration.

The Portuguese superstar, 37, opened the scoring against Norwich City in the seventh minute.


Cristiano Ronaldo and Anthony Elanga combined for Man Utd’s openerCredit: Getty

As he ran off to celebrate towards the corner flag, he beckoned over the Swedish winger, 19, to join him in unison.

Not passing up on the opportunity, Elanga leapt simultaneously with the ex-Real Madrid star to create a double ‘siu’ moment.

The pair combined to set Man Utd on their way in a 3-2 win over the Canaries.

United raced into a 2-0 lead thanks to two strikes from Ronaldo.

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Norwich got back into the game in the 46th minute with a goal from Kieran Dowell.

Old Trafford was then left stunned when Teemu Pukki brought Norwich City level.

But it was Ronaldo who would pop up with the winner in the 76th minute, when his free-kick beat keeper Tim Krul for distance.


The win put United in fifth spot, level on points with Arsenal and just three behind Tottenham, as the three sides battle it out for a Champions League place.

For Ronaldo, he now has 15 league goals and 21 in all competitions for the Red Devils.

His hat-trick saw him overtake Harry Kane and Sadio Mane in the goal-standings.

Incredibly, Ronaldo has now scored 20-plus club goals in all competitions in 16 seasons in a row, dating back to 2006-2007.

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