A FUMING Cristiano Ronaldo was booked on Tuesday after angrily booting the ball away.
The former Manchester United star fired a blank as his Al Nassr side beat Abha in the King Cup of Champions quarter-finals.
Ronaldo and Co won the game 3-1.
However, the 38-year-old was booked as the referee blew for half-time.
In injury time at the end of the first-half, Ronaldo had the ball at his feet, surging towards Abha territory.
But his dribble was cut short as the whistle blew for the break.
Ronaldo responded by throwing his right arm in the air, before picking the ball up and booting it away out of frustration.
He was immediately booked by the referee.
The ex-Old Trafford star then continued angrily waving his arm in the air as he stormed off the pitch and into the dressing room.
His angry outburst came despite his side leading 2-0 at the time.
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The whistle also came with 47 minutes and 24 seconds on the clock, more than the minimum two minutes of added time that were indicated.
Ronaldo failed to find the back of the net as his side went on to win the game 3-1.
The Portuguese ace hasn’t scored in his last three games in all competitions for Al Nassr.
In total Ronaldo has eight goals in eight games after joining the Saudi side in a £173million-a-year deal in December.