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Cristiano Ronaldo dodges giant dandruff balls in ridiculous shampoo commercial

Cristiano Ronaldo has starred in many, many advertisements, but this one for Clear shampoo is both the best of them all. In this commercial, Ronaldo is inside a pinball game called "Dandruff Attack." So right from the start you know that this viewing experience is going to change your life for the better.

Ronaldo is then forced to dodge giant dandruff balls (clearly labeled "dandruff" because a company called Clear doesn't mess around with subtlety) Matrix style before headbutting a hologram of a shampoo bottle like he was Pepe and the nonexistent shampoo bottle was Thomas Muller. Finally, with his scalp's "natural protection layer" activated, he is able to head a dandruff ball into obliteration, which he celebrates as if he scored a goal.

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Ronaldo in the dandruff Matrix.

Ronaldo in the dandruff Matrix.

The ad then ends with Ronaldo running his hand over his impenetrable hair helmet while giving you bedroom eyes.

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Smooth like industrial plastic.

Smooth like industrial plastic.

If watching that made you think, "Wow, the behind the scenes video of Ronaldo dodging invisible dandruff balls would probably be even better than the finished product" you're absolutely right. Watch...

When they show Ronaldo looking at the storyboards for the commercial, you can pinpoint the exact moment he considers firing his agent.

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What the f*** am I looking at?

What the f*** am I looking at?

But the best part comes at the very end of the video, when Ronaldo says, "I love the shampoo, it is nice. And if you see the results, you can look for my hair and you will see why I have a beautiful hair."

No one will ever make a better shampoo ad than this.

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Brooks Peck is the editor of Dirty Tackle on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him or follow on Twitter!

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