Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti was left fuming after Rodrygo missed a penalty in the team's 1-0 win over Celta Vigo on Friday night.
The Brazilian forward stepped up to take the spot-kick in the 72nd minute after being fouled in the box, but his shot was saved by Celta goalkeeper Iván Villar.
Ancelotti had been shouting "Luka! Luka!" from the sidelines, indicating that he wanted Luka Modric to take the penalty. However, Rodrygo took the kick anyway and missed.
After the game, Ancelotti said that he was "a little angry" about the incident.
"I said to Fede [Valverde] that Luka should take the penalty, but there wasn't time," he said. "We'll look at it in the next few days."
Modric is now the clear number one penalty taker for Real Madrid. Rodrygo is second, followed by Vinicius Junior and Fede Valverde.
The incident is a reminder of the importance of having a clear hierarchy of penalty takers. It is also a reminder that even the best players can miss penalties.