Gabriel completely lost his head while playing for Valencia against Las Palmas on Saturday night.

The former Arsenal defender was having a good time of it at his new club, but decided to go nuts on Saturday.

With his Valencia drawing 1-1 with struggling Las Palmas, the referee decided to award the home side a penalty due to a handball.

Jonathan Calleri’s header struck the arm of Gabriel, who was booked for the foul.

Unhappy with the decision, the Brazilian argued with the referee.

He was sent away the first time, but he refused to let it go, and continued to argue.

Eventually, the referee decided enough was enough, and showed him a second yellow card.

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This isn’t the first time Gabriel has lost his head during a game

In 2015, he got into a row with Chelsea’s Diego Costa.

The referee at the time, Mike Dean, initially let the two go without punishment, but Gabriel decided to kick out at Costa.

It was spotted, and Dean sent him off.

His performances for Valencia have been good this season.

Some fans even felt Arsenal let him go too soon.

It seems, though, that his tendency to fly off the handle at odd moments has stuck with him.