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Learn how to celebrate a goal against Chelsea like Ronaldo with Rodrigo’s secret.

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Real Madrid star Brazilian Rodrigo revealed the secret of his holiday in the manner of legend Cristiano Ronaldo after scoring against Chelsea in Tuesday’s Champions League quarter-final.

Real Madrid reached the semi-finals of the Champions League after beating Chelsea 2-0 in the second leg of the quarter-finals.

Rodrigo scored two goals in the 58th and 80th minutes.

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The Brazilian star celebrated his first goal against Chelsea in the manner of Ronaldo: he ran for a bit and then jumped up and opened his arms before ending his celebration with a ‘C’.

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Rodrigo said after the match during statements published by the Spanish newspaper AS: “At first I thought to celebrate by slipping on my knees, but I suffer from inflammation, then I got the idea to celebrate like my idol Cristiano Ronaldo and I did it “.

And about scoring 16 goals in the Champions League, he said: “Until today, I can’t explain it, but I always say it’s something special… I hope to keep up the good work and win more League championships.” champions.”

He added: “It gives me great pleasure to be here in the biggest team in the world. We always need to reach the semi-finals and finals and win the title. Since I joined the team, we have always gone far and I hope that we can continue in the same spirit.

Real Madrid will face Manchester City or Bayern Munich in the semi-finals tomorrow, Wednesday, at the Allianz Arena in Munich, knowing that City won the first leg by three without a response.

Source: agencies

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