That’s not to say he’s more a Pepsi man – in fact, he’s more into guzzling that sweet, sweet H2O down the gullet.
In an interview on Monday evening, just before reporters fired questions at the footballer, he noticed a couple of bottles had been placed in front of him. Which makes sense seeing as, you know, Coke is a sponsor of Euro 2020.
Ronaldo’s frankly offensively strict fitness regime that keeps him at the top of the table has long been reported over the years. It’s said to include a diet of six ‘mini-meals’ spread throughout the day – with loads of chicken and pasta cooked without salt or oil, apparently – as well as three-to-four-hour workouts, five times a week.
Gotta get that advertising eyeballs and all that.