Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates becoming the FIRST person to reach 400 MILLION Instagram followers with famous ‘Siuuu’ celebration as Manchester United star thanks his fans – and now targets half-a-billion!
- Cristiano Ronaldo is the most followed person on Instagram, now at 404 million
- The Manchester United superstar thanked his fans in a video on the platform
- The Portuguese forward did his iconic ‘Siuuu’ celebration while sitting at home
- Ronaldo also finished off by saying he wants another ‘100 and 200 million’
Cristiano Ronaldo has thanked his fans after becoming the first person to reach 400 million followers on Instagram.
The 37-year-old, who currently has 404 million followers, posted a video on the platform for his supporters which included his famous ‘Siuuu’ celebration.
The Manchester United and Portugal superstar also targeted another ‘100 and 200 million’ followers on the social media site in a 30-second video released on Monday afternoon.
Cristiano Ronaldo has thanked his fans after becoming the first person to reach 400 million followers on Instagram
The 37-year-old, who currently has 404 million, posted a video on the platform on Monday
In his post, Ronaldo said: ‘Hi guys, 400 million. Wow, what a number. Now I can say Siuuu!
‘Well it’s fantastic, what a moment for me. Without you this wouldn’t be possible. So from the bottom fo my heart I have to say thank you. Keep going like that!
‘I will share my life with you, all the things with you because you deserve it. So thank you very much. Let’s do it for more 100 million, 200 million – thank you guys!’
Ronaldo, who has also played for Real Madrid, Juventus and Sporting Lisbon in a stunning 20-year career, is 92 million followers ahead of the second most-followed person on Instagram, US model and TV personality Kylie Jenner.
Ronaldo is 96 million Instagram followers ahead of long-term Ballon d’Or rival Lionel Messi
The Manchester United forward broke his goalscoring drought last week against Brighton
Presumably much to Ronaldo’s satisfaction too, he is 96 million followers ahead of third place on the list: long-term Ballon d’Or rival Lionel Messi.
Ronaldo was in action for United on Sunday but did not score in the 4-2 victory against Leeds, after breaking his goalscoring drought last week against Brighton.
The five-time Champions League winner will be targeting further glory in the competition this season, as United face Atletico Madrid in the last-16 on Wednesday night.