After Australia’s match against Sri Lanka in the World T20, David Warner, in a press conference, removed two Coca-Cola bottles lying in front of him on the table.
In a cheeky move, he took the two bottles, hid them underneath the table, and said:
If it’s good enough for Cristiano, it’s good enough for me. That’s right.
David Warner tries to do a Cristiano Ronaldo at presser, told to put Coca Cola bottles back— RED CACHE (@redcachenet) October 28, 2021
.#DavidWarner #CristianoRonaldo #cocacola pic.twitter.com/Y2MuxPs07m
He was asked to put the bottles back, presumably due to some branding issue, but this did prove to be a funny moment for everyone present in the room.
David Warner said “If it is good enough for Cristiano Ronaldo then it’s good enough for me as well”— Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) October 29, 2021
After removing the coke bottle before the start of press but later it was asked to put it back. (Source – Sports Yaari) pic.twitter.com/ImFNFDnMip
Ronaldo had removed the Coca-Cola bottles from the table during the press conference at the time of Euros. The move had cost the company a whopping $4 billion.