- Cristiano Ronaldo was caught off guard mocking his former coach Luis Felipe Scolari
- Scolari coached Ronaldo during his stint as coach of Portugal between 2003 and 2008
Cristiano Ronaldo has been repeatedly asked what he would do after retirement and he has said it will be out of football.
It however seems the Portugal captain has an hidden talent of acting which he showcased in the tunnel ahead of the Copa del Rey quarter-final first-leg match against Celta Vigo on Wednesday, January 18.
In a video shared on youtube by Voce Assiste, Ronaldo asks Danilo and Casemiro: "Tá bem guri? Tá bem gurizinho?"
The phrase translates roughly to "you okay, little boy?" which must be similar to a phrase that Scolari uses often to greet players.
Ronaldo then faces Marcelo asking whether or not the impression was accurate.
The players then go on to discuss Scolari's time as Gremio manager, the Brazilian club that he managed briefly managed before making the switch to Chinese Super League side Guangzhou Evergrande.
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All players involved in the joke have been managed by Scolari at some point in their career as the Brazilian has had stints as Portugal and Brazil manager.
Madrid went onto lose the game 2-1 thanks to goals from Iago Aspas and Castro Otto either side of a Marcelo equaliser. The loss leaves Los Blancos with a bit of work to do this Wednesday when they take on Celta away from home in the second of this quarter-final clash.
Watch the video below: