Robinson Cano is the Yankees second baseman, and a pretty fine defender, even if his bat gets much more play. So, it's understandable that he gets a little upset when another Yankees infielder comes over to his territory by the keystone in order to make a play, especially one Cano could have handled on his own easily.
Poor Eduardo Nunez. He's just excited to be back and playing baseball after missing time with his own injury issues, and here is Cano, claiming everything on his side of second base as his own despite the shortstop being the actual leader of the infield.
To be fair, Cano is used to playing alongside Derek Jeter, and it's not like Jetes has fielded a ball that far to his left in ages.