FIFA 23: How To Use Cristiano Ronaldo's Siu Celebration
It goes without saying that Cristiano Ronaldo's Siu celebration is one of the best post-goal actions in the sport, and thankfully, it's included in FIFA 23. Here's how to perform the Siu celebration with Cristiano Ronaldo and then any other player in FIFA 23.
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How To Get Ronaldo To Use Siu Celebration In FIFA 23
Manchester United is the latest home for Cristiano Ronaldo as he continues to score goals at the ripe old age of 37. What he's recently been known for is his meme-worthy Siu celebration that has him screaming at the top of his lungs after a twirl in the air. To perform it, have Ronaldo score a goal and then hold the cross (A on Xbox) button towards either corner. He'll automatically do the Siu celebration after that button hold.
We strangely found the seasoned pro Ronaldo within the substitutions by default in FIFA 23, so switch him out before starting a match.
How To Get Any Goalscorer To Celebrate With The Siu
Thankfully, Cristiano Ronaldo isn't the only one to use the Siu as his reaction to success in FIFA 22. Anyone can do it, but it gets a little more complicated. Instead of holding the cross button, use R1 and circle instead (RB and B on Xbox or PC). Both men and women can use the celebratory move.
When you use the Siu celebration, there are two different variations with the camera angle; one from the front and one from the back. Keep scoring goals and inputting the right buttons to repeat the process, so you can get the right shot for a screen capture.
There is all manner of other moves that have been programmed into FIFA 23. You can have the scorer put their arms up by flicking the right stick up and then holding it. You can also do a riding wave by holding L1 (LB) and pressing triangle (Y) or have them falling like a brick by holding L2 and the right analogue stick left together. The celebrations can indeed get a bit wacky, to say the least.
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