Raheem Sterling captures son copying Cristiano Ronaldo's celebration
You little Red Devil! Raheem Sterling captures his adorable four-year-old son Thiago copying the ‘SIU’ celebration made famous by his Manchester United rival Cristiano Ronaldo
- Raheem Sterling has caught his son celebrating like rival Cristiano Ronaldo
- The Manchester City forward filmed four-year-old Thiago in their living room
- Sterling himself was named Premier League Player of the Month for December
Raheem Sterling might just have been crowned the Premier League Player of the Month, but he may have to go some to become flavour of the month in his own household.
The Manchester City star has been in sensational form, and scored five goals in five appearances in December, scoring in four consecutive league appearances.
Despite the numerous celebrations on offer, though, his son Thiago is evidently looking elsewhere for choreography tips.
Raheem Sterling videod his son copying Cristiano Ronaldo’s celebration in their front room
Sterling was named Premier League Player of the Month in December after scoring five in five
Filmed by his dad playing football in their front room on Sunday, the four-year-old was seen flicking the ball over a stool before finishing into a small goal underneath the TV.
Hilariously, he wheeled away in a fashion familiar with the red half of Manchester, as he copied Cristiano Ronaldo’s famour ‘SIU!’ celebration to mark his piece of skill.
Ronaldo has brought the celebration back to the Premier League with great aplomb this season having returned to Manchester United in the summer.
Ronaldo and his iconic celebration has returned to the Premier League and United this season
He scored twice on his debut against Newcastle United, since adding 12 more in all competitions – including six in just five Champions League appearances.
Thiago watched his dad during the Euros having been in attendance at Wembley for England’s 2-0 victory over Germany.
Sterling grabbed the first goal in that game, on oe of three he scored during the competition in which Gareth Southgate’s side went all the way to the final.
This season has proved a successful one for Sterling and City to date, with Pep Guardiola’s side 11 points clear at the top of the table, having played one game more than second-place Liverpool.
Thiago watched his dad throughout the Euros, pictured hear after England’s win over Germany
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