Cristiano Ronaldo has been reported to have furiously left stadium and headed home after being subbed during a tough Serie A encounter between Juventus and AC Milan on Sunday, November 10.
The 34-year-old Portuguese star was taken off the pitch for Paulo Dybala after just nine minutes into the second half while the scores was still at 0-0.
The decision however proved vital and wise as the Argentine forward put in a lone goal at the 77 minutes behind AC Milan to hand the Old Lady the victory.?s=21
But the decision by Maurizio Sarri did not go down well with the Portuguese who was reported to have left the pitch and angrily walked into the dressing room before heading home.
According to Givemesport, Ronaldo vanished off the pitch before the game ended but not without giving his coach a dirty look.
"Despite producing a lacklustre display, Ronaldo gave coach Maurizio Sarri a dirty look, muttered something under his breath and walked straight down the tunnel," a Guardian source noted.
The Portuguese superstar, who will be 35 years in February 2020, has been running out of goals for the Turin with his lacklustre performance in a couple of games generating a huge concern.
Recently he was subbed off before full-time in Juve's 2-1 win over Lokomotiv Moscow in a Champions League encounter when the score was still level at 1-1.
The Portuguese star will be facing a stiff competition from Lionel Messi for the prestigious Ballon d'Or 2019 award in France in December.