​Brazilian legends Ronaldo and Roberto Carlos are not too impressed with former Real Madrid teammate Michael Owen over his weight joke on social media. The duo were reportedly unhappy with Owen taking a cheap shot at Ronaldo's weight during their outing in Madrid.

Former Ballon d'Or winners Ronaldo, Owen, Portugal's Luis Figo and Frenchman Zinedine Zidane were present at the Bernabeu Stadium ahead of Real's game against Granada. The four of them were there to show their support and honour Cristiano Ronaldo for winning his fourth trophy.

Owen who played with Ronaldo during his time at Madrid in 2004-05, made what was an unintentional joke about the 40-year-old on Twitter, saying, ''I thought I was gaining weight until I saw my old mate Ronnie."

While clearly in jest, the Brazilian legend did not see the funny side of things, reportedly furious with the former English striker on making fun of him for his weight.

"I am shocked as to how much importance my weight garners in the world we live in. I don't know why it is so important, to be honest." Ronaldo​ said to AS.

His former Brazil and Real Madrid teammate, Roberto Carlos too wasn't too happy with Owen following his tweet, claiming that he is not too fond of such jokes, especially when it is about close friends such as Ronaldo.

""I don't like these type of jokes. Ronaldo is a very good friend of mine and we have to be careful. The thing about Ronaldo is not about his body, it's his heart, he has a very big heart."