Paige Spiranac whips off top and does Cristiano Ronaldo SIUUU celebration

Paige Spiranac attempts Cristiano Ronaldo's famous SIUUU celebration at the World Cup...

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Thu, 1 Dec 2022
Paige Spiranac whips off top and does Cristiano Ronaldo SIUUU celebration

Paige Spiranac has well and truly caught World Cup fever following the United States' impressive performance in qualifying for the knockout stages of soccer football's greatest cup competition. 

Spiranac, who has more Instagram followers than any other golfer on the planet including Tiger Woods (3 million), joined up with PointsBet USA where she is an ambassador to try out some legendary football celebrations.

The most notable one was Cristiano Ronaldo's famous 'SIUUU' celebration, made iconic during his days at Real Madrid, Juventus, Manchester United and Portugal, whom he captains at the World Cup. 

Paige does not quite have as many Insta followers as Ronaldo, however, who comes in with a sports-leading 506 million.


Related: Paige slams Ronaldo and McIlroy in new post

Ronaldo was recently sent packing from Old Trafford following his hugely controversial interview with Piers Morgan. 

The big confession was that he did not have any respect for new Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag. 

It is now understood Ronaldo is close to a huge £173 million-a-season deal with Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr. 

This was something we discussed in a recent feature.

Paige also caught World Cup fever last week when posting a hat-trick of saucy snaps in the new USA shirt. 

She's not much of a fan of it, though. 

To Paige's delight, the USA defeated Iran 1-0 in their final group game to finish second in Group B behind England.

That means they qualify to the last 16 of the World Cup where they will now face the Netherlands on Saturday. 

Earlier this week, Spiranac posted an Instagram Reel of her Best Golf Outfits ahead of 2023.

Paige was modelling outfits for when she visits a Country Club, Public Golf Course and when she is just an IG Golf Girl. 


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