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Cristiano Ronaldo has produced an unusual moment at his Portugal press conference ahead of his opening Euro 2020 match.
Captain Ronaldo was facing the media ahead of his clash against Hungary in the 'Group of Death' also featuring France and Germany.
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But as the 36-year-old sat down in front of the media he noticed Coca Cola bottles in front of him.
Despite being one of the tournament's major sponsors, Ronaldo opted to make a point and move the bottles.
He then shouted: "Drink water".
Ronaldo, known for his dedication and longevity at the top of the sport, clearly wasn't impressed with the advertisement placement.
Sport world praises Ronaldo
This prompted a wide range of responses on social media with many laughing at the moment.
Fans also praised the Portuguese captain for the healthy message and being a consummate professional.
This included legendary NFL quarterback Tom Brady who joked: "It's almost like the veterans know what they're doing..."
Cristiano Ronaldo was angry because they put Coca Cola in front of him at the Portugal press conference, instead of water! 😂
He moved them and said "Drink water"
What a guy! 😂👏pic.twitter.com/38S6GI30XV
— BenchWarmers (@BeWarmers) June 14, 2021
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) June 14, 2021
— Marcus Chhan (@MarcusChhan) June 15, 2021
Pretty sure Santos was about to drink the coke as he thought Ronaldo would do so
— Los blancos (@notoriousw7) June 15, 2021
The irony that Cristiano Ronaldo moving the Coke bottles out of frame (for whatever reason) is still free marketing for Coke with millions of people engaging with the brand. Still a hilarious moment
— ThePortugalCorner (@joao_wonder) June 14, 2021
Ronaldo will take on Hungary in their opening match, while Germany will host France.
Portugal are the reigning Euro champs.
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