ITALY defender Leonardo Bonucci swigged both beer and Coca-Cola after winning Euro 2020 and roared: “I’ll drink everything tonight.”
The 34-year-old, who scored the Azzuri’s equaliser in their win over England, was involved in many of the visitors’ celebrations at Wembley.
And Bonucci was in no mood to follow Juventus team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo when it came to enjoying Uefa’s sponsored drinks at the post-match press conference.
Portugal captain CR7 started a trend when he put a pair of Coca-Cola bottles out of the way and told those watching to ‘drink water’.
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Italy star Manuel Locatelli later followed in the forward’s footsteps by getting rid of the Coke after a match with water put in its place.
But Bonucci, who was the hero of Italy’s Euro 2020 success, enjoyed both a fizzy drink and a beer after his team’s memorable triumph.
After swigging a heineken at the presser, the centre-back said: “I deserved this one didn’t I?”
Bonucci then picked up a Coke bottle and drank from it before stating: “I’ll drink everything tonight.”
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Scottish hero John McGinn had previously turned the saga into a bit of a joke when he cheekily asked why there was ‘no Coke?’
Clearly not one to blindly follow trends, Russia coach Stanislav Cherchesov merrily drank the Coca-Cola supplied for his media duties.
Ukraine forward Andriy Yarmolenko poked further fun by asking Coca-Cola and Heineken for sponsorship deals.