A lot has been made in recent days of Chelsea's Diego Costa and his so called "outburst" at the weekend. Costa was left out of the squad to face Tottenham Hotspurs at the weekend and threw his bib to the ground like the spoilt child he is.
With many calling his behaviour into question, it might be worth considering the actions of Manuel Torres before calling Costa's antics an "outburst". El Cholo, Torres' nickname, was substituted during a Panamanian club tie and he wasn't best pleased to say the least.
As if refusing to shake his manager's hand upon leaving the pitch wasn't enough, Torres later grabbed his manager's throat as he continued to argue his substitution.
When looked at together, the incident with Costa looks the far more innocent of the two. I wouldn't fancy crossing "El Cholo" any time soon.