Andriy Yarmolenko pokes fun at Cristiano Ronaldo as Ukraine ace asks Coca-Cola and Heineken for sponsorship deals

UKRAINE winger Andriy Yarmolenko jokingly mocked Cristiano Ronaldo by asking for Coca-Cola and Heineken to sponsor him.

Ronaldo, 36, hit the headlines earlier this week in a pre-match press conference when he moved two Coca-Cola bottles out of shot and implored people to drink water instead.

Yarmolenko spotted the Heineken and Coca-Cola bottles at his press conferenceCredit: Getty

And he then went on to poke fun at Ronaldo for his reaction to the bottles

And he then went on to poke fun at Ronaldo for his reaction to the bottlesCredit: Getty

Then in a similar fashion, Paul Pogba, who is a practicing Muslim and does not drink alcohol, moved a Heineken bottle out of shot during his post-match interview after France’s win over Germany.

Italy star Manuel Locatelli also removed a Coca-Cola bottle from his table before talking to the press.

But Yarmolenko took a more humorous approach when he addressed the media following Ukraine’s 2-1 victory against North Macedonia on Thursday as he moved the bottles INTO the camera shot.

The 31-year-old West Ham man said: “Can I do something? I saw Ronaldo doing this.

“I want to move the [Coca-Cola bottles] here and I want to move the beer here.

“Coke and Heineken, please get in touch.”

Yarmolenko’s wind-up comes just hours after Scotland international John McGinn also had a little joke about the drinks bottles story.

When he arrived for his press conference and saw there was only water on the table, he said with a wry smile: “Nae Coke?”



Ronaldo moved Coca-Cola bottles out of shot during his press conference earlier this week

Ronaldo moved Coca-Cola bottles out of shot during his press conference earlier this week

And he then told people to drink water instead of the popular fizzy drink

And he then told people to drink water instead of the popular fizzy drink

Ronaldo’s removal of the Coca-Cola from his press conference had a dramatic impact on the company’s worth.

After the incident, Coke’s shares on the New York Stock Exchange fell by 1.6 per cent to wipe £2.83billion off their value.

But Uefa will not intervene to demand more respect for the money men.

A spokesman said: “Players are offered water, alongside Coca-Cola and Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, on arrival at our press conferences.

“Everyone is entitled to their drink preferences.”

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Scotland star John McGinn pokes fun at Cristiano Ronaldo with cheeky Coca-Cola joke at pre-England Euro 2020 presser

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