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Ronaldo disapproves Coca-Cola drinking on Euro 2020 podium

By Guardian Exclusive
16 June 2021   |   2:26 pm
Portuguese football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo removed two bottles of Euro 2020 tournament sponsors Coca-Cola away from him as he entered a news conference, before holding up a bottle of water to the media, dismissing the famous sugary drink.⁣

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