Cristiano Ronaldo cut a frustrated figure during Juventus' league victory against Napoli on Sunday.
Juventus secured their 23rd Serie A victory of the term but the defending Italian champions were made to work.
The hosts went down to 10 men after Alex Meret was shown a red card for fouling Ronaldo. The visitors then took the lead minutes later through Miralem Pjanić who scored a superb free-kick. Emre Can made it 2-0 before the break.
In the second-half, Pjanić went for an early bath after receiving two yellow cards.
José Callejón pulled one back for Napoli. They continued to apply pressure as they went searching for a second goal.
Napoli dominated possession with Ronaldo defending from the front.
But he was furious with his teammates who failed to press the opposition like him, subsequently having a go at manager Massimiliano Allegri.
Is Allegri at fault? Well, some people think so.
Meanwhile, Juventus remain unbeaten in the league. They now have an incredible 72 points on the board from 26 games. That's the most by any team after 26 matches in league history.
And Ronaldo has played his part through his prolific goal-scoring record. He's bagged 19 goals so far this campaign.
The leaders resume their league venture on Friday as they entertain Udinese.