PEP GUARDIOLA gave Riyad Mahrez an almighty rollocking during Manchester City's Champions League clash against RB Leipzig.
City's boss was seen yelling at the Algerian just inches from his face despite his side being 4-2 up and Mahrez having scored a penalty.
Guardiola looked absolutely fuming - even by his own animated standards.
Mahrez appeared to feebly argue back on a couple of occasions but Pep was having none of it.
His wild-eyed gesticulations continued with a few F-words appearing to be thrown in before Mahrez eventually got on with the game.
The match proved to be a thriller at the Etihad with six goals scored by the 70 minute mark.
Nathan Ake and a Nordi Mukiele own-goal saw the home side race into a 2-0 lead inside half an hour.
Christopher Nkunku pulled one back for Leipzig before Mahrez's emphatic penalty saw City take a 3-1 lead in at the break.
The second-half started in equally frantic fashion with Nkunku's second on 51 minutes making it 3-2.
But Jack Grealish scored his first ever Champions League goal just five minutes later to restore his side's two-goal lead.
Nkunku completed his hat-trick on 73 minutes but Leipzig's renewed hope was short-lived once again.
Joao Cancelo struck City's fifth two minutes later before Angelino was sent off for the visitors with 11 minutes of normal time to go.
Gabriel Jesus put the icing on the cake and made it 6-3 on 85 minutes.
City went top of Group A above Paris Saint-Germain with the win.
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