As we learned during the week, when it comes to a minnow side and their clothcutting tactics, Cristiano Ronaldo has little patience.
Iceland and their 'small mentality' were the target of the Portuguese international's comments after his side drew 1-1 with the major championship debutants.
This evening, Portugal were once again held to a draw, this time by the more heralded Austria.
Late in the game Ronaldo had an opportunity - after winning a penalty - to give Portugal the lead. His shot would strike the post, an outcome for which RTÉ's Stephen Alkin would inexplicably accuse him of arrogance.
Not long after he would have a goal ruled out for offside. His frustration was obvious.
Post-match, one would have thought Ronaldo would - like he did against Iceland - make his way off the pitch in a huff. His way to the dressing room was interrupted by a fan who wanted a selfie. Ronaldo, despite the attempts of security, obliged. He also showed some remarkable patience with the fan who appears to have been unprepared for his objective.