Former Celtic striker Tony Watt has jokingly reacted to Cristiano Ronaldo’s performance for Portugal yesterday evening.
Watt, who currently plays for Charlton Athletic, wanted to join the masses on Twitter ridiculing Ronaldo’s performance for Portugal at Euro 2016, but felt as if he couldn’t join in due to his goalscoring record.
Ronaldo missed a penalty and had a goal disallowed on what was a hugely frustrating evening for him against Austria.
However, ex-Celtic front-man Watt had a rather different message for the Real Madrid man than the rest of Twitter.
Scared to slaughter Ronaldo because I average a goal every 9 games— Tony Watt (@32watto) June 18, 2016
Ronaldo is yet to score at Euro 2016, after a disappointing tournament so far.
Ronaldo has had 20 shots in total - more than nine teams in the competition - but he has still not found the back of the net.
Watt, meanwhile, has a rather more modest scoring record throughout his professional career.
The Scotland international scored eight goals in 34 matches while playing for Celtic, and he has since gone on to represent the likes of Charlton, Cardiff and Blackburn Rovers.
In total, Watt has made 149 senior appearances and got on the scoresheet on 35 occasions.