Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo had a selfie with a pitch-invading supporter during Tuesday's Champions League clash against Man United at Old Trafford before the invader was led off by security details.
The encounter saw the former Manchester United ace return to Theatre of Dreams, for a second time with another team, few months after sealing a switch away from the Los Blancos to the Old Lady's.
Despite emerging victorious with Juventus, the five-time world's best player, was confronted by one supporter, who ran into the pitch to meet the 33-year-old football icon.
The stewards went after the supporter, who had the privilege to exchange few words along with a selfie with the Portuguese star, before he was led off by security details.
Argentine star Paulo Dybala scored the winner from a deflected Ronaldo cross as Juventus handed Manchester United their first defeat in the 2018-19 Champions League season.
However, the result was not a true reflection of the seemingly, difference in quality between Juventus and Manchester United.
The Jose Mourinho tutored-side Red Devils struggled against an experienced Old lady's squad, who have claimed seven Serie A silverware consecutively.