Ronaldo spotted celebrating Vinicius Jr goal during El Clasico
Cristiano Ronaldo spotted celebrating Vinicius Jr goal during Clasico as Brazilian copies his celebration after scoring opening goal in Real Madrid’s win over Barcelona
- Cristiano Ronaldo returned to the Bernabeu for Sunday night’s El Clasico
- Ronaldo clapped after Vinicius Jr fired Real Madrid in front on 71 minutes
- Madrid sealed a potentially title defining win through Mariano’s injury-time goal
Cristiano Ronaldo was spotted celebrating Vinicius Jr’s opening goal during Real Madrid’s 2-0 win over Barcelona on Sunday night.
Ronaldo returned to the Bernabeu to watch El Clasico and entered the stadium in a low key black van to avoid being detected by fans.
Supporters and TV cameras soon spotted him sat in the stands and he showed he still holds the club close to his heart after his jubilant celebrations.
Cristiano Ronaldo was spotted in the stands during Real Madrid’s clash with Barcelona
Ronaldo clapped after Vinicius Jr fired Madrid in front at the Bernabeu on 71 minutes
The Madrid legend celebrated for several seconds as fans jumped up and down in front of him
Vinicius put Madrid in front on 71 minutes and then copied Ronaldo’s famous celebration as the Portuguese clapped in appreciation from his seat.
Ronaldo’s and Madrid’s night got even better when Mariano scored a second goal in injury-time to seal victory and a potentially title defining three points.
It’s the first time Ronaldo has returned to Madrid since leaving the club for Juventus in a £99.2 million deal in the summer of 2018.
Vinicius Jr copied Cristiano Ronaldo’s celebration after scoring in El Clasico on Sunday night
The Brazilian fired home the first goal as Real Madrid defeated Barcelona 2-0 at the Bernabeu
Mariano made sure of all three points when he fired home from close range in injury time
Since his departure Madrid have failed to replace his goal output after the Portuguese scored 450 goals in 438 games for the club.
However, they have put themselves in a strong position to wrestle La Liga out of Barcelona’s grasp following Sunday’s win.
Victory leaves Madrid top of La Liga by a single point ahead of Barcelona in second place with just 12 games remaining.
Madrid’s win was all the more impressive after they suffered a 2-1 defeat to Manchester City in the first leg of their last-16 Champions League tie on Wednesday.
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