First Ronaldo, now France star: next EM disgrace for a major sponsor
First Ronaldo, now France star: next EM disgrace for a major sponsor

Munich –

Only Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo (35) rejected Coca Cola at a press conference, the next EM megastar is now following suit: Paul Pogba (28) showed up at a press conference on Tuesday (June 15) from another official EM- Drink not enthusiastic.

  • Cristiano Ronaldo pushes Coke bottles out of the picture at a press conference
  • Paul Pogba follows a little later
  • The French are Muslim and do not drink alcohol

Oops, again an EM drink doesn’t taste good. After Cristiano Ronaldo pushed two bottles of Coca Cola out of the picture at a press conference and instead advertised water, the Frenchman Paul Pogba followed suit.

EM 2021: Paul Pogba takes beer out of the picture at a press conference

The midfield director, who was named player of the game in the game against Germany, is an avowed Muslim and therefore does not drink alcohol. So the Manchester United star made short work of it and removed the official World Cup beer, Heineken, from the picture.

The sponsor will be anything but happy with it, after all, he should pay a million euros to have his drinks advertised at the European Championship.

Paul Pogba and France will play against Hungary on Saturday (3 p.m. / ARD). (jpg)

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