Manchester United flop Anderson substituted after 36 minutes playing for Internacional and needs oxygen mask
Cue the jokes about Anderson being out of shape.
More famed for his rotund figure and lack of fitness than his abilities as a footballer while at Manchester United, Anderson's return to action with Brazilian side Internacional has not started smoothly.
Fans of United will not be surprised to hear that the midfielder lasted just 36 minutes of Tuesday's Copa Libertadores contest against Bolivian side The Strongest before being substituted - huffing and puffing his way to the touchline.
The 26-year-old was seen visibly struggling when the change was made and looked in serious discomfort as he made his way to the bench before being given help with his breathing by the physio.
Despite being Brazilian, it's clear Anderson has become too accustomed to the climate in Manchester and struggled to cope in La Paz - a place well-known for causing altitude sickness and 3,500m above sea level.
For the record, Internacional went on to lose the match 3-1.
Anderson was seen as surplus to requirements under Louis Van Gaal, making just two appearances for United this season and was a peripheral figure under David Moyes, who loaned him out to Fiorentina.
The 26-year-old rarely proved his potential since moving from Porto in a deal worth £26 million in 2007.
He suffered a cruciate injury in 2010 and badly damaged his knee the following year. As a result Anderson was rarely back to full fitness and remained a squad player for United.
He made his debut against Cruzeiro last week, only to miss a crucial penalty after coming on as a second-half substitute.