Everton's Saturday league hero Andros Townsend have finally break his silence on what was the main reason, why he tried to perform Ronald's siu celebration after cancelling out Martial's first half opener, with a fine dispatch in 65th minutes.The former Crystal palace star salvaged a deserved 1 point for the Toffees, and after trying Ronaldo's Siu, which brought a lot of criticism from United fanbase, Townsend have revealed that he wanted to catch Ronald's attention, and to exchange Shirts with him after game, despite Ronald's lack of interest.
Giving out his statement during an interview with Talk Sport he said:
"I made it my goal that I was not leaving Old Trafford without Christiano Ronaldo's shirt. You saw after the final whistle ran straight to him, I don't know what he was muttering but it wasn't English."The Toffees managed to hold the premier League giants to a draw without the absence of Richarlison and Dominic calvert-lewin.
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