It's a really nervy time for Real Madrid and their fans as the club look to win their first La Liga title since 2011-12.
The Bernabeu club were in the driving seat at the top of the table only months ago, but a few poor performances and bad results mean Zinedine Zidane's side have a real fight on their hands to secure the league championship ahead of bitter rivals Barcelona.
So, with all the nervousness surrounding the club's league position, it's understandable that they might be looking to kill time when on top in matches. That's exactly what star man Cristiano Ronaldo tried to do on Saturday during their 2-1 win over Valencia, but midfielder Casemiro was having none of it.
Loitering over a free-kick, Ronaldo looked to wind down the clock and potentially pick up a booking, a caution which would have ruled him out of next weekend's match against Granada, but instead Casemiro looked to get things moving and was quickly on the attacking, bustling towards Valencia's penalty area.
Ronaldo will remain available for Real's match against Granada, as well as tougher fixtures against Sevilla and Malaga.