FERENCVAROS star Myrto Uzuni mocked Cristiano Ronaldo – only to feel the full power of the Juventus star's wrath on Tuesday night.
The Albanian winger, 25, gave the Hungarian minnows a shock lead in Italy after he poked home the first goal of the game.
Having been thumped 4-1 by Juventus at home earlier this season, Ferencvaros were determined to put up more of a fight at the Allianz Stadium.
And Uzuni got them off to the perfect start after he stabbed home the first goal of the game after just 19 minutes.
The Albania international celebrated his strike by mimicking Ronaldo's iconic celebration – jumping in the air, spinning and landing with a spreading of his wings.
But the Portuguese legend, 35, had his revenge soon after.
Just 15 minutes later, Ronaldo – the leading scorer in Champions League history – scored a worldie of an equaliser.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner picked up the ball on the right before lashing home a fierce, low drive with his 'weaker' left foot.
Ronaldo, perhaps intentionally, failed to unleash his world-renowned celebration.
And Alvaro Morata would go on to rub salt in the wound, by scoring a 92nd-minute winner in Turin.
Before the game, Ferencvaros defender Marcel Heister revealed Ronaldo refused to swap shirts with him after the clubs' first meeting in Hungary.
Hesiter claimed Ronaldo was 'p***ed off' that he didn't get on the scoresheet.
The full-back claimed: "He seemed to me to be a bit p***ed off and angry.
"He just waved off disparagingly when asked about [swapping] his shirt.
"Maybe it's because he didn't score a goal against us.
"Or maybe because I took the ball from him when he tried to dribble.
"There was a photograph of it, I posted it on Instagram… it was the most beautiful experience of my life."
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