When you've just helped your country win its first ever European Championship you probably feel like anything is possible.
That, we can only assume, is the reason Nani and Renato Sanches thought it was a good idea to use Portugal's title celebrations on Monday to show off their beatboxing skills.
The duo - who both enjoyed impressive tournaments in France - got on the mic as they and their teammates celebrated in front of thousands of fans gathered in Lisbon. Unfortunately, their musical talents don't quite match up with their ability on the pitch. Scroll down to check them out for yourself...
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Nani, who scored three goals during Portugal's run to the Euro 2016 title, kicked things off and you have to admire his confidence as he managed almost a full minute on the mic.
While the rest of the squad, including a grinning Cristiano Ronaldo, try and offer some moral support by cheering along in the background, the former Manchester United man's efforts are a little cringeworthy to say the least.
Presumably spurred on by a belief he could outdo his teammate, Sanches is next to take on the mic. While his
While his beat boxing attempts may have been a slight improvement on Nani's performance, it is safe to say he won't be quitting his day job anytime soon. A fact made clear by his quick getaway from the scene of the crime.
While neither Portuguese covered themselves in glory, you can't begrudge them getting a little carried away as they celebrated what was an unlikely tournament victory.
Few gave Fernando Santos' side much of a chance heading into Euro 2016, but the likes of Nani and Sanches, alongside Pepe and Ronaldo, defied their critics to go all the way in France.
Sanches, in particular, improved an already burgeoning reputation with a number of impressive performances and, ultimately, was named Young Player of the Tournament by UEFA.