PAULO DYBALA was seen taunting Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman after the Dutchman told the Juventus bench to ‘shut up’.
Dybala and the rest of Juve’s subs were trying to get Clement Lenglet sent-off after he gave away a penalty during Barca’s 3-0 Champions League defeat at the Nou Camp on Tuesday.
And Koeman did not react kindly.
Footage shows the angry ex-Everton boss approaching the subs and gesticulating before his path is blocked by a Juve coach.
And rather than stop or sit down, Dybala and his team-mate proceed to laugh and taunt the 57-year-old.
Furious Koeman is eventually shepherded away by a fellow Barca member of staff as the Juve players watch on.
Lenglet was only shown a yellow for the handball incident but Cristiano Ronaldo slammed home the penalty to make it 3-0.
And after the game, the 35-year-old – who scored two penalties in the game – revealed he never saw the Argentine as his rival.
“I shared 12, 13 or 14 years of award ceremonies with him. I never saw him as a rival.
“He always tries to do what is best for his team and me too. I always got along very well with him.
“But we know that in football, for the press, for the show, a rivalry is sought, but I have always gotten along well with him.”