Argentina captain Lionel Messi and Brazil head coach Tite exchanged words on the sideline during Argentina 1-0 win over their South American rivals in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Friday

Apparently angered by comments that were coming from the Brazil dugout, Messi raised his finger to his own lips in a mime for Tite to be quiet and also making another hand sign to suggest that the Brazilian was very overly-vocal.

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Speaking to reporters after the game, Tite admitted that he had been complaining to the referee about aspects of the game during the first-half which prompted Messi to tell him to be quiet.

“I complained because he (Messi) should have been shown a yellow card and he told me to shut my mouth and I told him to shut his mouth,” Tite said. “And that was it.” (RT)