Watch Cristiano Ronaldo taunt Arsenal star Cedric Soares in Portugal training as Man Utd hero mimics his header

CRISTIANO RONALDO couldn’t help but laugh after seeing Arsenal right-back Cedric Soares head the ball in Portugal training session.

the Manchester United mercilessly mocked his national teammates for their header technique.

Cedric jumped to the header in Portugal training


Cedric jumped to the header in Portugal trainingPhoto credit: Twitter @Arsenalnewschan
Ronaldo burst out laughing after seeing Cedric's effort


Ronaldo burst out laughing after seeing Cedric’s effortPhoto credit: Twitter @Arsenalnewschan
Man Utd star mocked Cedric's technique


Man Utd star mocked Cedric’s techniquePhoto credit: Twitter @Arsenalnewschan

Cedric may have shone for arsenal in recent weeks in the absence of the injured Takehiro Tomiyasu, however ronaldo is still not impressed.

CR7 is known to be one of the best headers in the game and he clearly has very high standards.

recordings off Portugal training before tonight the World Cup playoff final against North Macedonia shows Ronaldo heading the ball in Cedric’s direction.

The right-back then jumps to the header himself.

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It’s not clear if Cedric’s header found a teammate, but the effort certainly made Ronaldo chuckle.

Ronaldo then jumped into the air himself, arms outstretched, to mock Cedric’s technique.

One wrote: “How ruuuude” followed by a series of laughing emojis.

Another added: “Damn no,” while others also responded with smiling faces at Ronaldo’s antics.


Portugal can qualify for this year’s World Cup later today with a win over North Macedonia’s minnows knocked out Italy last week.

Ronaldo and Co reached the play-off final after a 3-1 win over Turkey on Thursday.

And should Portugal qualify for this year’s tournament in Qatar, Ronaldo would be ready to play for them FIFTH World Cup final.

He and Lionel Messi will only be the fifth and sixth players in history to compete in five World Cups when both are phased out in Qatar later this year.

But amazingly, it might not even be his last.

The veteran striker hinted yesterday that he might appear in the 2026 edition – planned in the USA, Canada and Mexico. Watch Cristiano Ronaldo taunt Arsenal star Cedric Soares in Portugal training as Man Utd hero mimics his header


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