CRISTIANO RONALDO can do plenty more than move Coca-Cola bottles, warned Germany boss Joachim Low.
The Portuguese superstar, 36, created a worldwide storm this week by moving two Cokes away from the cameras in his press conference - instead telling people to 'drink water'.
His stunt wiped a staggering £2.84bn off tournament sponsor Coca-Cola's market value and led to similar antics from Manuel Locatelli among others at Euro 2020.
But Low knows rearranging fizzy drinks - which Uefa want to stop - is the least of his concerns ahead of facing the five-time Ballon d'Or winner.
His German side host Portugal in Munich at 5pm today, four days after defeat to France.
A loss to the reigning champions and France avoiding defeat against Hungary would ensure Low's 2014 World Cup winners cannot finish in the top two of Group F.
The German national team boss said: "Cristiano can do more than put away Coca-Cola bottles, he has more qualities."
Ronaldo scored two of Portugal's quickfire treble late on to beat Hungary last time out.
That double moved him on to 106 senior international goals, just three short of the all-time record held by Iran's Ali Daei.
Low - who leaves his post as Germany boss after the tournament - added: "It's not a one-man show, that's clear.
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