Leeds United central defender Pontus Jansson is a very passionate footballer who wears his heart on his sleeve.
The Sweden international centre-back is not scared to get stuck into challenges, and the 28-year-old - who is hugely popular among the Elland Road faithful - also does not shy away from challenges.
The former Malmo FF star - who joined Leeds on a season-long loan deal from Torino in the summer of 2016 and made the move permanent in the summer of 2017 for a fee reported by The Yorkshire Evening Post to be worth £3.5 million - is not one to keep his calm when things boil over.
There was an incident during the Championship match against Bolton Wanderers at Elland Road on Saturday afternoon when the Leeds defender showed who the boss is, as the following photo suggests.
During the second-half melee, Leeds defender Jansson was seen having a go at Bolton manager Phil Parkinson, with the West Yorkshire outfit eventually going on to win the match 2-1 and maintain their challenge for automatic promotion to the Premier League.
Bolton Wanderers manager Phil Parkinson has words with Leeds United's Pontus Jansson
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