Arjen Robben was visibly angry at being substituted towards the end of Bayern Munich’s 1-0 win over Borussia Monchengladbach on Sunday, but he found no sympathy on the Munich bench.
His angry gesticulation while walking towards the bench drew laughs from his team-mates, evidently amused by Robben’s reaction.
Xabi Alonso and Frank Ribery were among those who could barely contain their laughter.
Manager Carlo Ancelotti wasn’t laughing, but he has drawn a line under the incident, saying Robben’s reaction was not an issue.
Were you as amused by Robben as some of his team-mates were?
Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti can not only cook great recipes for big Champions League wins but can also cook some really tasty Italian dishes.
In this video posted by FC Bayern Munich, Ancelloti revealed that Penne Carbonara is his favourite dish as he cooked it alongside TV Chef Alfons Schuhbeck.
Well, here’s hoping Ancelloti can cook a good enough recipe against their Champions League quarter-final opponents.
Jean Zimmer was simply trying to take a quick throw-in, but it almost seemed like assistant referee Patrick Kessel had a problem with that.
Despite the look of anguish on his face, the Stuttgart defender came away from the incident unscathed, so we can all sit back and have a good laugh at arguably the highlight of the Bundesliga 2 match between Stuttgart and Bochum!
What’s the funniest referee or linesman-related incident you can remember happening?