Gonzalo Higuain aimed a kick at a Juventus assistant coach, Marco Ianni, in a sudden fury after being embarrassed in training.
The striker appeared fed up with chasing after the ball in a rondo drill and unleashed a kick on one of Juventus’ coaching staff.
As the Juventus players cheered Higuain’s humiliation, cameras caught the 31-year-old kick out at the coach and then turn his anger on an advertising board.
It was certainly a high challenge and Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci eventually steps in to drag Higuain away from the defenseless advertisement hoarding.
Higuain quickly regained his cool and Chelsea and Manchester United fans will recognise the trainer he took a swipe as Maurizio Sarri’s second assistant coach Ianni.
Juventus face Atletico Madrid tonight in Spain, with the Turin side determined to be serious challengers for the Champions League trophy this season.
The Italian, Higuain, made the headlines in October 2018 during Sarri’s reign when he celebrated a late equaliser for Chelsea against United in front of Jose Mourinho.
The FA would eventually slap Ianni with an improper conduct charge, but he did not seem too fussed by Higuain’s outburst.
Higuain and his team-mates were training ahead of Juventus’ first Champions’ League group game of the campaign.