Extraordinary footage has emerged of an irate Cristiano Ronaldo raging at his Juventus teammates during a Champions League match last season.
The Portugal international lost his rag after getting back to the dressing room at half-time during his side's last 16 clash against Porto.
Despite being clear favourites to progress to the quarters, Juventus lost the first leg 2-1, and found themselves 1-0 down at the break during the return fixture.
Needless to say, Ronaldo wasn't happy and he let his teammates know about it during an explosive half-time rant.
"We have to work harder. What the f***? We didn't play at all. Nothing," the former Real Madrid man fumed.
"Don't worry," Juan Cuadrado replied.
Ronaldo: "We played s***. Always!"
Cuadrado responded: "You must be an example for everyone."
"I'm included too," Ronaldo said. "We have to tell each other the truth, we played s***. This is a Champions League match, we need to have personality."
Juventus manager Andrea Pirlo then steps in to calm the room down.
"That's enough, let's go. That's enough, Cri. That's enough, Juan."
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The Italian side managed to mount a comeback in the second-half and won the game 3-2, but still crashed out of the competition on away goals.
Just a few months later, Ronaldo quit Juventus to seal a sensational return to Manchester United.
The footage was captured as part of the Amazon documentary 'All or Nothing: Juventus', the first episode of which was released on Thursday.
Similar series have been released for Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur in the past few years, while a series on Arsenal is set for release in 2022.
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