'Contact me': Star's hilarious act after Ronaldo's $5.2 billion Euro stunt

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Andriy Yarlomenko (pictured left) moving a Coca-Cola bottle into shot and (pictured right) making a joke during the press conference.
Andriy Yarlomenko (pictured) joked about Coca-Cola and Heineken and told them to call him after Ronaldo's stunt at the Euros earlier in the week. (Image: Twitter)

Ukraine star Andriy Yarlomenko has taken a different approach to football icon Cristiano Ronaldo and called for Coca-Cola to 'contact' him after a hilarious moment in the press conference.

Quick fire first-half goals from Yarmolenko and Roman Yaremchuk earned Ukraine an entertaining 2-1 win over North Macedonia, keeping their hopes alive of reaching the last-16 at the European Championships.

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Goal scorer then took to the media after his outstanding performance in Group C.

However, instead of following the actions of Ronaldo, Paul Pogba and Italian Manuel Locatelli in moving some sponsored drinks from the table in front of them, Yarlomenko did quite the opposite.

In a hilarious moment, Yarlomenko halted the media.

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“Can I do something?” he said after the 2-1 win.

“I have seen Cristiano Ronaldo removing Coca-Cola bottles. I’ll put Coca-Cola and Heineken right there,” he said, while sharing a laugh.

“Guys, contact me!”

The stunt received laughter from the media room, but we will have to wait and see if Yarlomenko gets his wish.

Ronaldo stunt costs Coca-Cola

The Portuguese superstar sparked a social media frenzy this week when he removed two Coca-Cola bottles from the desk at a press conference at Euro 2020 and told everyone to "drink water" instead.

Coca-Cola - the official sponsor of Euro 2020 - lost a staggering $5.2 billion in market value as a result of the innocuous act.

And one day later, Pogba removed the Heinekens sitting at the table in front of him.

However, Pogba didn't say anything after removing the alcoholic beverage and most likely did it because he is Muslim.

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