He may have only signed for them at the end of 2022 but it appears that Cristiano Ronaldo is already losing the plot at Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr.
Ronaldo played the full 90 minutes as Al-Nassr lost 1-0 to title rivals Al-Ittihad and dropped to second in the table.
The 38-year-old then vented his frustration by kicking a number of water bottles on the touchline and storming off.
It is now two games without a goal for the Portuguese striker who people would have expected to have been the difference maker in the top of the table clash.
In a video that was posted on Twitter, Ronaldo can be seen shaking his head in frustration as he exits the pitch.
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Ronaldo threw his arms around in anger as teammates attempted to console him.
He then sped up, kicked the bottles and sent them flying.
Cristiano Ronaldo struggled in top of the table clash
Ronaldo struggled to have an impact on the game, as Al-Nassr fell to a deserved defeat.
The former Manchester United player had one chance before the interval which was well saved, however it was offside regardless.
Brazilian player Romarinho broke the deadlock ten minutes from time to give former Tottenham and Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo's side a valuable win.
The latest Ronaldo outburst comes just months after his high profile departure from Old Trafford.
Ronaldo left the club in November by mutual consent following his explosive interview with Piers Morgan.
In the interview which aired on Talk TV, Ronaldo said that he had been "betrayed" by the club and has "no respect" for Erik Ten Hag.
He also claimed that the club ownership were trying to force him out of Old Trafford and that the club doubted him when he missed pre-season training to his daughter being in poor health.
Since his departure United have won the Caraboa Cup and currently sit third in the Premier League table.
They lost 7-0 to Liverpool last weekend but now have one foot in the Quarter-Finals of the Europa League after a 4-1 win over Real Betis in the first leg of their last 16 encounter on Thursday night.