Health Coca-Cola case: Yarmolenko sends a small tackle to Ronaldo
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the Coca-Cola case continues. After Ronaldo and Pogba, Yarmolenko and the Belgian coach also revive the controversy in press conference.The Coca-Cola case no longer ends. As Ronaldo, Pogba or Locatelli, several players and breeders of this European Championship have had fun of the bottles of the sponsors resting on the press conference table. A new challenge that does not please at all to UEFA. Roberto Martinez defends Coca-Cola Andriy Yarmolenko was in front of the press after the victory against North Macedonia (2-1) and made a small joke with reference to the initiated gesture by Cristiano Ronaldo. "I can do something? I saw Ronaldo do that. I want to move them (the bottles) here and I want to put the beer here. Coca-Cola and Heineken, call me," waken the West Ham striker. In the same day on Thursday, Roberto Martinez, coach of Belgium, finished his press conference by showing the famous bottle of soda, jokingly: "The Reds Devils love Coca-Cola". It remains to be seen if Didier Deschamps intends to do the same after the meeting against Hungary, Saturday (15h).
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Belgian motto: "Who has Hazard (s) does not need a Ronaldo" .
The Belgian national team has just qualified for the EM quarterfinals, firmly focuses on the timely recovery of two stars - and white: 101 years can still afford . © Imago Images Strong brothers among themselves: Thorgan Hazard celebrates his important goal and is "persecuted" by Brother Eden. Use by de Bruyne becomes a game with time What was the largest trump for Belgium's entry into the quarterfinals? First of all, the great ball made of Thorgan Hazard.