CRISTIANO RONALDO screamed in an official’s face and pushed a man trying to get a selfie after decisions went against him during Al Nassr’s clash with Shabab Al-Ahli.
The Portuguese forward, 38, was left perplexed at a penalty not being given when his scissor-kick struck the outstretched arm of an opposition player in the box.
Twitter @vartaticoCristiano Ronaldo raged at an official on the touchline[/caption]
Twitter @vartaticoRonaldo then shoved a fan away as he attempted to get a selfie[/caption]
Al Nassr went into half-time with the score at 1-1 in the AFC Champions League play-off.
As he left the field, Ronaldo proceeded to scream in the referee’s face.
The Real Madrid legend then stormed towards the tunnel, before pointing to his eyes and urging an official on the touchline to “wake up, wake up, f***ing hell”.
Then, as he trudged off in a rage, he shoved a fan away as he attempted to get a selfie with the iconic footballer.
Meanwhile, social media was left amused by Ronaldo’s tantrum.
One person said: “Some things never change.”
Another added: “A man with boy emotions.”
TwitterRonaldo’s scissor-kick struck the arm of a defender but no penalty was given[/caption]
TwitterRonaldo was also brought down in the box but the referee remained unmoved[/caption]
While a third replied: “ then there’s Messi winning titles happily.”
Ronaldo has scored 20 goals in 26 games for Al Nassr since he joined the club at the end of last year.
But back-to-back defeats at the hands of Al-Ettifaq and Al-Taawoun at the start of the new Saudi Pro League season have left his side 15th in the table.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo’s long-time rival Lionel Messi scored his 10th goal in seven games for Inter Miami on Sunday to help his team lift the Leagues Cup.