Tottenham Hotpsur star Pape Matar Sarr made full use of the opportunity to poke some lighthearted fun at Manchester United counterpart Marcus Rashford on Saturday.
This, of course, came during a high-profile Premier League showdown between the two sides in north London.
When all was said and done in a pulsating affair, it was hosts Spurs who emerged on the right side of the result, clinching a first three-point haul of the season in the process.
The aforementioned Sarr, meanwhile, kicked the scoring into gear, arriving at the far post to slot home a fine left-footed finish early in the 2nd-half:
This marked the 20-year-old’s first goal in Tottenham colours, on the back of his arrival in England from Metz last summer.
And, as alluded to above, Sarr was sure to make his ensuing celebration an altogether memorable one.
This comes amid the widespread suggestion that the midfield starlet, who enjoyed a stellar all-round outing against United, aimed a less than subtle dig at United frontman Marcus Rashford.
After wheeling away towards the corner flag, Sarr stopped in his tracks, before pointing to his head.
This, for those not aware, is the same celebration as is made use of by Rashford, a clear jibe at the England international, who was at the time also on the pitch: