Portugal's skipper Cristiano Ronaldo has demonstrated he is unimpressed with fizzy drinks following his removal of Coca Cola bottles placed in front of him as he was about to address a Euro 2020 press conference. Ahead of his country's Euro 2020 opener against Hungary, the Juventus star appeared along side Coach Fernando Santos for the media commitments but took no time in creating headlines as he shoved away the two coca cola bottles placed before him. He instead raised a bottle of water and proclaimed "drink water" to the packed press, glaringly making his hatred for coca cola known.
Cristiano Ronaldo pride himself as the master of fitness and on several occasions attributed his stupendous success on the field to the meticulous attention to his health. He apparently did not want to have any association with the soft drink company. It is not clear if UEFA will take action against the player considering that the Coca-cola are sponsors of the tournament.
Portugal are defending champions and placed in group F alongside Germany, France and Hungary. Ronaldo later on Tuesday will lead his team mates in their opener at the Ferenc Puskas Arena in Budapest, Romania.
Click on the link below to watch Ronaldo shoving away the coca cola bottles
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