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

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

The Manchester United mercilessly mocked his national team colleague for his heading technique.

Cedric jumped to head the ball in Portugal trainingCredit: Twitter @Arsenalnewschan

Ronaldo burst out laughing after seeing Cedric's effort

Ronaldo burst out laughing after seeing Cedric’s effortCredit: Twitter @Arsenalnewschan

The Man Utd star mocked Cedric's technique

The Man Utd star mocked Cedric’s techniqueCredit: Twitter @Arsenalnewschan

Cedric may have shone for Arsenal in recent weeks in the absence of the injured Takehiro Tomiyasu, but Ronaldo still isn’t impressed.

CR7 is renowned as one of the beast headers of the ball in the game, and clearly he has very high standards.

Footage from Portugal training ahead of tonight’s World Cup play-off final against North Macedonia shows Ronaldo nod the ball in Cedric’s direction.

The right-back then jumps to head it himself.

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It’s not clear whether Cedric’s header found a team-mate but the effort certainly left Ronaldo giggling.

Ronaldo then jumped in the air himself with his arms outstretched to mock Cedric’s technique.

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

Another added: “Hell no,” while others also replied with laughing faces in reaction to Ronaldo’s antics.

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

Ronaldo and Co progressed to the play-off final following a 3-1 win over Turkey on Thursday.

And if Portugal do qualify for this year’s tournament in Qatar, Ronaldo would be all set to appear at his FIFTH World Cup finals.

He and Lionel Messi will become just the fifth and sixth players in history to play in five World Cups if they both run out in Qatar later this year.

But staggeringly it might not even be his last.

The veteran striker hinted yesterday that he could even turn out at the 2026 edition – scheduled to be held in the USA, Canada and Mexico.

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