When Cristiano Ronaldo entered the Puskas Ferenc Stadium for yesterday’s pre-match conference, two Coca-Cola bottles were in front of him. So Ronaldo got angry because he doesn’t like any carbonated drinks, so he removed the two bottles of Coco-Cola away from sight.
After removing the Coca-Cola bottles, the message was clear that he is not a fan of any carbonated drinks such as Coco-Cola and Pepsi.
Ronaldo stated in the conference: “Agua! (Water!)”. He also said about his children Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. “I’m hard with him sometimes because he drinks Coca-Cola and Fanta sometimes and I’m p***** with him,”. “I fight with him when he eats chips and fries and everything, he knows I don’t like it.” This press conference is now going viral.
A spokesperson said: “Players are offered water, alongside Coca-Cola and Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, on arrival at our press conferences.”
Coke has since stated in response to Cristiano Ronaldo’s actions: “everyone is entitled to their drink preferences” and that everyone has different “tastes and needs”.
Coca-Cola is an official partner of the Euro 2020, and it is also on display. But, Ronaldo has removed the two bottles from the eyesight. This had a great impact on the Coca-Cola company. The company has lost $4 million in the share market. Coca Cola shares lost from 56.10 dollars to 55.22 dollars after Ronaldo’s statement, which means that the company’s value fell from $242 billion to $238 billion.
Pepsi is the main rival of Coco-Cola. The Portuguese is now an enemy of the Coco-Cola brand. It has also come out in some reports that the Portuguese removed those Coca-Cola bottles because he has a contract with Pepsi.
Portugal vs Hungary match in UEFA Euro 2020 result
Because of the Portuguese star, Portugal has won against Hungary. At first, Guerrero scored. Then Hungary gave away a penalty from which Ronaldo scored. After that, Cristiano Ronaldo put the goalkeeper in the wrong position by showing terrific skills and scored his second goal of the match.
Portugal’s next match will be against Germany on 19th June 9:30 pm.