Cristiano Ronaldo entered the touchline tantrum hall of shame with a spectacular outburst at Old Trafford on Sunday.
The Manchester United star's face dropped as if told his pet hamster had died when being substituted in the 59th minute of his team's 2-0 defeat of Man. City.
Not one to grin and bear it, the four-, sorry, 24-year-old turned on the histrionics, flinging his tracksuit top to the floor, stomping off to his seat and sticking out his bottom lip in classic spoilt brat pose.
He could be seen minutes later looking down at his feet, head in hands, and refusing to drop his mask and break a smile.
It's obviously the kind of behaviour to be celebrated from the world player of the year, explained boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
‘He wanted to stay on. All players do. I have other games to think about,’ said the sage.