Mohamed Salah cut an extremely frustrated figure at the match referee during Egypt's AFCON clash against Cameroon.
Egypt needed penalties to see off hosts Cameroon in the semi-final of the competition on Thursday.
But 'The Pharaohs' will be without their manager Carlos Queiroz, who was sent off by Bakary Gassama.
Queiroz reacted angrily to the referee's decisions, with Gassama sending him to the stands.
Salah also had a heated exchange with him as he furiously protested against his questionable officiating.
The Liverpool star unleased a rant then glared at Gassama before leaving the scene. Egypt's coaches also approached him, with the referee waving them away.
It's a side of Salah many fans have never seen before, with Liverpool fans sharing their thoughts online.
One tweeted: "Never seen him with that anger in his eyes."
A second wrote: "Love the passion Mo is showing here... Taking a stand and being captain against unfair calls."
A third added: "I have never seen this much anger in his eyes. PASSION."
Egypt went onto beat Cameroon 3-1 on penalties, with Gabaski saving two spot-kicks.
Salah and Co face Sadio Mane's Senegal on Sunday in the AFCON final.
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