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Cristiano Ronaldo press conference, Portugal news, Portugal v Hungary

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Cristiano Ronaldo is a freak of nature.

Despite being at the ripe age of 36, he is shredded like no other footballer.

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Now, after a cheeky moment during Portugal’s press conference ahead of their Euro 2020 opener against Hungary early on Wednesday morning (AEST), we know one reason how the Juventus star keeps his body in such good shape.

It comes in the form of his preferred method of hydration.

Ronaldo looks at the two glass bottles of Coca-Cola — an official sponsor of the tournament — and decides that they don’t belong on the table in front of him.

Meanwhile, Portugal coach Fernando Santos sits opposite his captain and elects for his two bottles to remain where they are.

After hiding the Coke bottles, Ronaldo magically produces a bottle of water.

He then proceeds to hold up the bottle and proclaim to the assembled journalists to “drink water”.

Sure, water isn’t the be-all and end-all when it comes to maintaining an insane rig like Ronaldo does. But, it certainly does help.

It can’t be overlooked that the former Manchester United star eats a whopping six meals a day, according to The Sun.

The Portuguese captain scoffs down a breakfast consisting of ham, cheese and low-fat yoghurt, before tucking into two meals of lunch, some afternoon tea and then two dinners.

Ronaldo is hoping to lead his side to just their second major trophy ever after their triumph at Euro 2016.

Ronaldo is all smiles ahead of Portugal’s opener against Hungary.Source: Getty Images

A 1-0 victory in extra-time against host nation France saw the former Real Madrid man raise the trophy high above his head amid jubilant celebrations, and will undoubtedly look to do the same.

However, their title defence gets off to a difficult start as the “Selecao” find themselves in the supposed “Group of Death”.

They have to contend with reigning World Cup champions France and powerhouse Germany in their group.

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