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It seems Cristiano Ronaldo’s trademark tip-toe stance is rubbing off on his Real Madrid team-mates after Danilo joined the winger in striking the pose before their frustrating draw with newly-promoted Sporting Gijon on Sunday.
As revealed by Sportsmail last year, the former Manchester United star has adopted the stance when the squad line up for a pre-game photograph in a bid to make himself look taller.
And before their La Liga opener, where Rafa Benitez’s reign as as Madrid manager got off to a disappointing start, Ronaldo and Danilo made sure they were taller then their team-mates by striking the pose.
Ronaldo (top right) also stood on his tip-toes ahead of the Manchester City pre-season friendly in Australia last month
The former Manchester United star (top right) gets on his tip-toes again ahead of last season’s Champions League clash with Liverpool
From another angle, the 29-year-old (far right) can be seen deliberately standing on his tip-toes before the Liverpool clash
The 30-year-old, despite measuring up at almost 6 ft 1 ins, was photographed using the pose ahead of Real’s pre-season International Champions Cup friendly against Manchester City at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia last month.
As the Madrid starting XI took their places for the picture in front of almost 100,000 supporters, Ronaldo was seen standing in the back row stealing a few inches by standing on his toes.
Ronaldo appears to be the tallest player in the team, even standing several inches above international team-mate Pepe, who is nearly 6 ft 2 ins.
Ronaldo’s attempts to add extra height to his already formidable frame was first brought to Sportsmail’s attention ahead of Real’s Champions League win against Liverpool at the Bernabeu last November.
A little digging around and it emerged that the former Manchester United forward had used the tactic on at least three other occasions…
Ronaldo (top right) appears to be the tallest player in the Real Madrid starting line-up but is standing on his tip-toes
Ronaldo (top right) was also seen doing it before the Champions League clash against Basle in September
Ronaldo (second top right) also seen stealing a few inches last season ahead of a match against Schalke in March.