Al-Nassr forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, added a new celebration style to his repertoire during Portugal’s 6-0 away victory against Luxembourg in their Euro 2024 qualifier.

According to Mirrow, Manchester United hero, Cristiano Ronaldo, was booked for diving on Sunday night, despite Portugal boasting a four-goal lead against minnows Luxembourg.

Ronaldo, 38, won his 198th senior cap and bagged a brace during Portugal’s comfortable 6-0 win at the Stade de Luxembourg. The result means Roberto Martinez’s side has won their first two qualifiers for Euro 2024, which takes place in Germany next summer.

The former Manchester United forward initiated the scoring for Portugal in the eighth minute and debuted his new celebration, which was a combination of his trademark ‘Siu’ and ‘Nap’ celebrations. Yet the Al-Nassr forward’s display was marred by his embarrassing tumble in the 57th minute.

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The five-time Ballon d’Or winner tried to deceive the referee by throwing himself to the ground after running into Maxime Chanot, a 33-year-old defender who plays for New York City. Referee Radu Petrescu booked Ronaldo and told him to get on with the game.

Ronaldo was substituted by Martinez a few moments later. Despite Ronaldo’s theatrics, it was an enjoyable night for Portugal.

Joao Felix, Bernardo Silva, Otavio, and Rafael Leao all scored for the Euro 2016 winners, who will be hoping to reclaim their crown next year.