During his days at Celtic, there is no doubt Scott Brown loved to wind up the Rangers support.
The former Parkhead skipper was an Ibrox tormentor throughout his trophy-laden spell in Glasgow's east end.
And while he may be at Aberdeen now he was never going to miss an opportunity to twist the knife.
The Dons' skipper was a surprise scorer in Govan as the put Stephen Glass' side into a two-goal lead with a bullet header.
Not content with finding the net, Brown rubbed salt in the wounds with a copycat Alfredo Morelos ' celebration.
The forward usually celebrates his strikes with a knee slide, and the Aberdeen man borrowed from his rival following his goal.
The captain slid on his knees in front of the Ibrox stands, pointing to the ground in the style of El Bufalo.
The pair have clashed in the past, with the then Celtic captain involved in an incident that got the Colombian sent off at the end of the 2018-19 season.
The Rangers striker scored in a 4-1 win over their city rivals last season and once again the pair exchanged words, with Brown refusing to name the striker in his post-match interviews.