When Al-Nassr lost momentum in the Saudi Pro League title battle on Sunday, Cristiano Ronaldo argued with opponents on the pitch before rushing down the tunnel.
As Al-Nassr and Al-Feiha drew 0-0 in the Saudi Pro League, Ronaldo lost his cool and got into a fight.
After quitting Manchester United by mutual consent during the World Cup, the 38-year-old signed a lucrative deal to transfer to the Middle East and has scored 11 league goals in just 10 appearances for his new team.
The veteran scored twice in Al-5-0 Nassr's win over Al-Adalah on Tuesday night, but he and his colleagues were disappointed at the weekend as they lost ground in the title chase.
Ronaldo and co were unable to break down Al-Feiha, who survived seven minutes of extra time to steal a point from the Saudi Pro League leaders. At the final whistle, Ronaldo was visibly upset and let several of his opponents know.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner told Al-Ali Feiha's Al-Zaqaan, "You don't want to play," referring to the opposition's time-wasting tactics.
Al-Zaqaan fired back during the confrontation, while other players were in danger of losing their discipline at the final whistle and could be seen shouting as Ronaldo rushed off.
Ronaldo left the field without handshakes, but his teammates did. Rudi Garcia, Al-manager, Nassr's also argued with the officials.