Colombia's defeat by Argentina leaves their hopes of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in doubt - and James Rodriguez was not happy with the referee's performance during their 3-0 loss. Lionel Messi scored one and had a hand in two more as Argentina ran riot in their World Cup qualifying clash with Colombia on Tuesday.
But Colombia captain James appeared incensed following his country's defeat and angrily confronted the referee in the tunnel after the full-time whistle. The Real Madrid outcast can be seen making his feelings known to Roddy Zambrano as the teams made their way back to their dressing rooms.
Walking alongside team-mate David Ospina, the Arsenal keeper, James remonstrated with the match official before stopping in his path as Zambrano approached a flight of stairs. James was angry after receiving a yellow card for a clash with Argentina's Gabriel Mercado, where they were involved in a heated exchange.
Source: Daily Mail