Osman Bukari of Ghana performs the ‘SIUUU’ celebration for Cristiano Ronaldo after scoring his goal against Portugal

Cristiano Ronaldo did not seem too pleased with Ghana’s Osman Bukari’s goal celebration.

The Portugal captain had already managed to get the crowd chanting ‘Yeah’ as ​​he celebrated scoring a penalty just over the hour mark in the World Cup group stage match between the two nations.

Bukari cut one for Ghana


Bukari cut one for Ghana

And did Ronaldo's iconic 'SIUUU'


And did Ronaldo’s iconic ‘SIUUU’

Andre Ayew then moved up to Ghana level, only for Fernandos Santos’ side to score two more goals.

But after Ronaldo came out with his team firmly ahead, Ghana’s Bukari pulled one back for his team as the clock ticked down to full time.

And the Ghanaian star clearly had one thing on his mind when he sent the ball into the back of the net.

As he ran towards the corner flag and shamelessly blurted out Ronaldo’s signature ‘SIUUU’.

The cameras then panned to the former Manchester United player sitting on the bench, who threw his hands up in the air in frustration.

He was more frustrated about conceding a goal when the game came to life in the second half after a dull first 45 minutes.

Ronaldo watched Bukari's goal against his country from the bench


Ronaldo watched Bukari’s goal against his country from the bench

And he clearly wasn't happy that he copied his iconic celebration.


And he clearly wasn’t happy that he copied his iconic celebration.

While raising his arms in frustration


While raising his arms in frustration

Ghana were desperate for a draw and came so close in the closing stages when Iñaki Williams tried to take advantage of a Diogo Costa mistake.

Hidden behind the Portugal goalkeeper, Williams waited for Costa to put the ball down and when he did, he stole the ball for what looked like a late equalizer, but slipped when it mattered.

Ghana now faces tough clashes with South Korea and Uruguay in a bid to qualify for the round of 16.

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