Cristiano Ronaldo tried to storm down the pitch following Manchester United's 4-2 defeat to Leicester City in the Premier League, with the 36-year-old understandably disappointed with the result.
Ronaldo endured another frustrating night in Man Utd's colours, with the Portuguese starved of service and unable to inspire his side to victory against the Foxes.
The defeat ended Man Utd's 29-game away unbeaten run, and also extended their winless run in the league to three matches.
Ronaldo cut a frustrated figure at the end of the game, and tried to storm down the pitch, but was stopped by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who pointed to the away supporters. Ronaldo is then said to have turned and clapped them for making it to the King Power Stadium to support the Red Devils.
However, it is not the first time that Ronaldo has shown his discontent this season. The Man Utd attacker had earlier stormed down the tunnel following Man Utd's 1-1 draw with Everton at the start of the month. The Portuguese attacker was dropped to the bench in that game, and only came on as a substitute in the second-half, but could not help his side claim all three points as Andros Townsend cancelled out Anthony Martial's first-half opener.