That was how Manchester United's Patrice Evra marked a 3-0 win over Aston Villa on Monday night that ensured Sir Alex Ferguson's side had dethroned Manchester City to be crowned champions of England.
The none-too-subtle gesture was obviously a jibe at Evra's enemy, Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, who on Sunday caused widespread disgust in the football world for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic on the arm.
Incredibly, that was not the most offensive thing Suarez has done in England. In October 2011, Suarez racially abused Evra and was banned for eight games after the Football Association ruled he had used the term 'negro' seven times in a heated row with the United left-back.
The feud continued when Evra graciously extended an arm to shake Suarez's hand before a match in February 2012 - only for Suarez to snub the France international and invoke another tsunami of condemnation.
It was only in September 2012 that the row appeared to have been consigned to the past as the two players shook hands prior to a Premier League contest, but last night Evra didn't miss the chance to have a cheeky dig at the Uruguayan in a moment of high excitement.
Evra's rather controversial joke hasn't gone down well with some supporters though.
On Twitter, Liverpool fan Neil Gibson wrote: "Hope the media brand evra a scumbag for what he done tonight and hope the FA fine him #disgrace"
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