Real Madrid have been called to sack Gareth Bale, following his brace for Wales, after El Chiringuito presenter Cristobal Soria had a very normal reaction to the goals.
Bale's very existence seems to annoy the Spanish media, with one of them calling the Real Madrid forward a 'parasite' ahead of Wales World Cup qualifier play off against Austria on Thursday night.
The 32-year-old responded in the perfect way with a brilliant free kick, and then screamed for someone to 'suck that' down the camera.
That response hasn't gone down with everyone, and Soria, who is pretty well known for his over the top reactions, has gone into overdrive, calling for Los Blancos to sack the player.
"He's stamping on the club," Soriba's epic rant started with.
"And you're here 'well it's that... it's that.' What?! He has to go!
"You have to fire him!"
With the other men on the show trying to tell the angry Spaniard that the former Tottenham Hotspur man is leaving in June, he continued to call for Bale to leave now.
"But what do you mean June?
"He's going to carry on lacking respect for the badge and the institution. And you want to wait until June? My god man..."
Then one of the other pundits interrupts him to say, "But they can't just fire him," and before anyone has the chance to explain Soriba is off again.
"What do you mean they can't just fire him ?
"Where does it say you can't fire him? Show me it."
The other journalist again interrupts, saying, "You would pay him off now?"
"And you'd have to pay it in June," the ranting Soriba answered without a moment's breath.
"You won't laugh at me again. I'll fire you and then a judge will tell me when, how and how much I have to pay you.
"They'll end up paying anyway. I'll pay you anyway, yes, but when they tell me I have to, not when you want me to.
"You won't laugh at me again, or the dressing room or at the coach."
Bale's contract at the Bernabeu expires in the summer, when he'll be free to leave the club, which will no doubt give joy to many of the club's fans.
That's despite the fact that he has given major contributions to La Liga title wins, Champions League triumphs, and many other wins.
Featured Image Credit: El Chiringuito