Colombian superstar James Rodriguez lost his cool on the Real Madrid bench after being substituted in his side's 4-2 win over Leganes on Wednesday.
The midfielder was taken off by Zinedine Zidane midway through the second half, despite the fact that it was he who opened the scoring for Los Blancos and assisted another on the night.
With the score line at 4-2, the Frenchman decided to bring on Spain international Isco for the Colombian after Leganes began to stage a potential comeback after initially being 3-0 down.
Rodriguez was visibly upset when he saw that he was being called off, and punched the dugout out of frustration as he went to sit down.
The 25-year-old's performances and work ethic have not exactly won Zidane over since the tactician stepped into the club's hot seat, and he has had limited playing opportunities this season as a result.
Chelsea and Manchester United have been linked with the frustrated playmaker in recent months, and after this incident, the player may just push for a transfer after the current campaign.
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