Cristiano Ronaldo showed himself not a fan of Coca-Cola at a press conference during the European Football Championship.

When the Portuguese star sat down, he carefully set aside two bottles of Coke so that they disappeared from view.

Coca-Cola is an official sponsor of the tournament.

The beverage giant responded Tuesday through UEFA.

Coca-Cola offers a variety of drinks for different needs that will be available to players during the tournament.

"This includes water, isotonic, sports drinks and juices, coffee and tea, as well as Coca-Cola."

After putting the bottles of Coke away, Ronaldo grabbed a bottle of water and advised to drink water instead of Coke.

"Players are offered water, in addition to Coca-Cola and Coca-Cola Zero Sugar," the statement from the football association continues.

"And when they arrive at our press conferences, they can choose their favorite drink."

The drink maker does distribute UEFA's message, but does not add anything further to it and also refers to UEFA for further questions.

In the Netherlands, the KNVB recently acted against Jumbo, because they had an action that would come in the way of Albert Heijn, which is an official sponsor.

That was about the cheer capes and the accompanying song of the Snollebollekes.


Ronaldo shoves Coca-Cola bottles away: 'Drink water'