After Iceland impressive 1 - 1 draw against Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal in their France 2016 debut, their namesake supermarket took on the social media sending a "condolence" message for the famous Portuguese restaurant Nando's.
Previous to this tournament, Iceland and Portugal were part of the same qualifying group for Euro 2012 with The Lusos winning on both legs, 3-1 in Reykjavil and 5 -3 in Porto. Cristiano scored the first goal in their away game after just 3 minutes.
In a clever strategy to engaged with the nordic island supporters, the frozen food British chain have posted some messages having yesterday their pinnacle with a couple of tweets that were published by Squawka on their site.
Marcel Koller's squad broke Portugal's 21 games without a drawing streak, some kind of achievement for a team that historically have scored fewer goals than CR7.
The supermarket social media team didn't leave the things and after mocking the Real Madrid player with a funny picture where he shows one of his frustration faces, they also claimed a very particular record as the first supermarket that has earned a point in a major football competition. This one will stand for a long time for sure.