On multiple occasions, footballers get frustrated at their teammates playing pattern or due to their actions, but some manage to wait till they get to the locker room while others express themselves on the field.
In April of 2012, Robben and Franck fought over a free-kick against Real Madrid in the Champions League, but they settled when they got into the locker room. Robben said "after that, our relationship just kept getting better and better. It turns out to be a blessing in disguise." (Source: France Football, July 2019).
(2)Arjen Robben & Thomas Muller:
In January of 2011, Bayern Munich were up against W. Bremen, Robben ignored Muller on the pitch and Muller yelled at him, but Robben punched Muller in the head.
(3)Lukas Podolski & Michael Ballack:
In April of 2009, in a match between Germany and Wales, Michael picked on Lukas who was out of position, Lukas then approached his captain and gave him a slap, but a teammate quickly separated them.
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