That awkward moment when Luis Suarez tries to copy Michael Thomas '89 title winning goal celebration vs Liverpool... pic.twitter.com/GOkmPw6XdC— Wenger's Wingman (@mikesanz19) February 17, 2014
The Uruguayan won the Reds a second-half penalty when they were losing 2-0, before being brought down by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain inside the Arsenal box just minutes after Steven Gerrard converted the initial spot-kick.
Referee Howard Webb did not award a second penalty, though, and some Gunners fans have shared a joke or two about the manner in which Suarez went down.
Indeed, the 27-year-old's dramatic tumble has been compared to Michael Thomas' goal celebration after he famously scored at Anfield on the day Arsenal claimed the Premier League title at Liverpool's expense.
The Gunners travelled to Merseyside on the last day of the 1988-89 season knowing they needed to win by two clear goals, with Thomas duly putting Arsenal 2-0 up late on and jubilantly falling to the floor in celebration.
Now, as if being denied what manager Brendan Rodgers described as a "blatant penalty" wasn't bad enough, Suarez is receiving yet more stick from Arsenal fans for it on twitter.
It seems the Uruguayan's reputation for diving is severely hindering his chances of receiving seemingly fair penalty decisions, especially after the same referee denied him a spot-kick at Stamford Bridge earlier in the season.
Gunners supporters won't care, though. For now, they have the last laugh.
Is Suarez's reputation stopping him from getting penalties?