Real Madrid star Vinicius Jr gets into a heated row with Real Mallorca manager Javier Aguirre during 4-1 win... as Brazilian claims the coach 'ordered his players to HURT him'
- Real Madrid beat Real Mallorca 4-1 in LaLiga to maintain their perfect start
- During the game Vinicius Jr furiously confronted Mallorca boss Javier Aguirre
- The forward was on the receiving end of several fouls throughout the clash
- He claimed the Mexican manager had ordered his players to hurt him
- The Brazilian was held back by Toni Kroos and reprimanded by Carlo Ancelotti
Real Madrid star Vinicius Jr furiously confronted Real Mallorca manager Javier Aguirre during their 4-1 win on Sunday, claiming he had ordered his players to hurt him.
However, the Brazilian star's frustrations got the better of him during the game.
Real Madrid star Vincius Jr furiously confronted Real Mallorca coach Javier Aguirre on Sunday
He claimed the Mallorca boss ordered his players to hurt him and was held back by Toni Kroos
After being the victim of several fouls, one challenge resulted in the forward responding.
He was dispossessed, before charging towards the technical area and pointing at Aguirre.
Madrid captain during the game Toni Kroos then ran over and looked to pull Vinicius away from trouble before the Brazilian was reprimanded by Los Blancos boss Carlo Ancelotti.
'He said, 'Hit him! Hit him! ... the coach,' Vinicius then said to Madrid defender Nacho.
Speaking after the game, Aguirre tried to play down the incident.
He said: 'In the countryside there is a lot of talk, not here. It's football, and that stays on the field. Real Madrid won 4-1, congratulations to them. And that’s it.'
Ancelotti also commented on the incident post-match and defended his star man.
The Italian explained: 'Vinicius is a special player and the way he plays can sometimes annoy the rival.
'We have to understand that he is a player who always tries to dribble. It doesn't matter if the team is winning or losing.
The Brazilian forward has been in sensational form for Los Blancos so far this campaign
'I understand that if the rival is losing, he can be a little more annoying. It's normal. But these are things that happen in football. He (Vinicius), with his experience, will learn little by little.'
The Brazilian has started the campaign in sensational form after scoring the winner to secure the Champions League title last season.
He has now added five goals and two assists in seven games in all competitions.
This follows a superb breakout campaign last year, with Vinicius scoring 22 goals and contributing 20 assists as Madrid won the Champions League, LaLiga and the Spanish Super Cup.
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