Portuguese Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo promotes water over Coca-Cola:

Cristiano Ronaldo removes two bottles of Coca-Cola from his desk during the press conference. Moreover, he replaces Coke with a water bottle while saying “Agua” means water. Due to this action of Cristiano Ronaldo, the Euro Company faced a loss of $4 billion overnight.

Moreover, the company also faces a drop in share price by 1.6%. In fact, Cristiano Ronaldo is a popular and named fitness fanatic. Also, he expressed his thoughts about what he thinks about carbonated beverages. That is why he shifted the bottles of Coca-Cola away from him as they are unhealthy to drink.

Portuguese Footballer shows this gesture at the beginning of the conference:

It was the conference of Cristiano’s country’s group F game where the subject was about Hungary. At the conference, Ronaldo stimulates people to choose water instead of Coca-Cola. Due to this action, Coke’s share price falls from $56.10 to $55.22. This figure dropped just after Ronaldo’s move.

Moreover, the market value of Coke dropped from $242 billion to $238 billion, which shows a drop of about $4 billion. As a matter of fact, Coca-Cola is the biggest sponsor of Euro 2020. In this case, Coke replied by saying, “every person is free to choose their drink,” as everyone has their taste.

Whereas Cristiano Ronaldo is the most popular Footballer globally and a massive following of 300 million on Instagram. However, during the conference, one spokesperson expressed his views in Euros by saying that the players take water with Coca-Cola and sugar-free cola.

Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo mentioned that he doesn’t like sugary beverages. This permits him to maintain his excellent health and the age of 36. Moreover, he doesn’t allow his son, Junior Cristiano Ronaldo, to consume sugary beverages. “I sometimes get angry with him because he consumes coke and Fanta. Also, I fight with him when he eats lots of junk food. He knows that I don’t like these things”. Ronaldo admits at the end of conference.

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