Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo was forced to come to his hotel window on Sunday night to tell a large group of Iran fans to keep the noise down.
Many Iran supporters turned up at Portugal’s team hotel in Saransk, Russia, armed with Vuvuzelas, horns and a giant drum.
Then, in a bid to stop the Real Madrid star and his international team-mates from sleeping, the crowd began chanting and playing their instruments outside the four-star Mercure hotel.
Portugal play Iran on Monday night in their final Group B game. A defeat for either side could see them crash out of the 2018 World Cup.
A loss for Iran would definitely see them exit the competition, while a defeat for Portugal would mean they would have to rely on Spain losing by a bigger margin to Morocco to make the last-16.
And their plan seemingly worked as Ronaldo did in fact appear at his hotel window.
Portugal’s captain first wagged his finger at the fans before putting his hands together and under his head, signalling for them to stop because he’s trying to sleep.
Ronaldo set the world alight with stunning hat-trick against Spain before heading home a winner against Morroco.
Ronaldo’s tally of four puts him one behind England’s Harry Kane in the competition’s top scorer charts.