Sport Watch: Ronaldo removes Coke bottles during press conference – ‘drink water!’
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Juventus forwardwas in a playful mood ahead of Portugal’s Euros opener against Hungary, but you can’t imagine UEFA will have been pleased to see him jokingly criticise one of their biggest sponsors.
Speaking to the media alongside head coach Fernando Santos, Ronaldo didn’t look best pleased about the bottles of Coca-Cola on his table for the press conference.
Picking up the glass bottles and moving them out of shot, the former Manchester United star picked up a bottle of water and advised “drink water” instead.
Still going strong at the age of 36, there’s speculation about the legendary goalscorer’s future as he approaches the final year of his contract at Juventus. But even in a disappointing year in which his club finished 4th, he still finished Serie A’s top goalscorer with 29 goals.
Cristiano Ronaldo couldn't stand having Coca Cola in front of him during Portugal presser
Ronaldo and Portugal get their Euro 2020 campaign underway vs HungaryWhile, yes, Ronaldo is generally amongst the finest footballers of all time, we're also saying that the Juventus superstar has been a pioneer in the physical conditioning seen across the sport.
NFL superstar Tom Brady echoed Ronaldo’s advice on Twitter. The 43-year-old wrote: “It’s almost like the veterans know what they’re doing…”
moving the sugary/unhealthy drinks and instead telling people to drink water…
— Samantha Quek (@SamanthaQuek)
It’s almost like the veterans know what they’re doing….
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady)
Slow-mo clip of Ronaldo jumping so high he could put his hand on Kimpembe's head is insane .
Ronaldo scored twice during the 2-2 draw with France on Wednesday night, you can bet that there was still another indication of the 36-year-old's astonishing physicality. Yes, that's right, we are indeed talking about his uncanny ability to jump for headers like an NBA player leaping for a slam dunk or NASA rocket launching into the stratosphere. © Provided by Give Me Sport Ronaldo's superhuman leap And France's Presnel Kimpembe knows all-too well that Ronaldo doesn't abide by the laws of gravity because he was made to look like a step ladder by the Portugal icon on Wednesday.