After Cristiano Ronaldo pursued controversy when he moved Coca-Cola bottles put before him during a Euro 2020 press session, reports have proposed that the little move by the football legend has cost the aerated through beverages organization a fortune.
Just after Portugal's Euro 2020 opener against Hungary, the star footballer took a seat down for the question and answer session with the media. Here bottles of Coca-Cola which a supporter for the occasion were put before him on the table. Be that as it may, prior to beginning the public interview, the 36-year-old Juventus star decided to move the Coca-Cola bottles out of the edge. Lifting up a bottle of water, Ronaldo said 'Agua' in Portuguese, asking individuals to drink water instead.
Coca-Cola is one of the official backers of Euro 2020. The organization's share cost dropped from $56.10 to $55.22 very quickly after Ronaldo's act, a 1.6% plunge. The market worth of Coca-Cola went from $242bn to $238bn – a drop of $4bn.
Not long after the occurrence, 'Cristiano Ronaldo Coca Cola video' started spreading through online media with fans praising him for healthy quality food choices as a sports legend. In any case, the 'Cristiano Ronaldo Coca Cola video' has allegedly caused a monstrous loss of finances for the soda drink.
As per a report in The Daily Star, the small move by the football legend allegedly cost the organization $4 billion in stock worth. The Coca-Cola stock prices plummetted by 1.6% and went from being USD 242 billion to USD 238 billion after the Cristiano Ronaldo contention as indicated by the report.
In the interim, a Coca-Cola representative has reacted to the Ronaldo contention saying that 'everybody is capable for their beverage preferences.' The representative has additionally referenced that separated from Coca-Cola and Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, players were likewise being offered water on their arrival in the Euro 2020 question and answer sessions. Ronaldo is a mainstream society goliath, flaunting just about 300 million Instagram followers.
Cristiano Ronaldo doesn't seem to like Coca-Cola. #Euro2020 pic.twitter.com/a2wAKd6wz6
— SportsRooter.com ⚽️ (@SportsRooter) June 14, 2021
Euro 2020: Portugal Vs Hungary
Beside the Cristiano Ronaldo contention, the football legend additionally left fans discussing his on-field tricks after he scored two goals in the Portugal Vs Hungary opener and went ahead of France's Michel Platini to turn into a record goalscorer and take his count to 11. After a rough beginning, Portugal struck Hungary multiple times to beat them 3-0 in their Euro 2020 opener at the Puskas Arena.