Derby fans may have been the happier of the two sets of supporters at the City Ground on Sunday - but they had to put up with some stick along the way.
Leon Best's late equaliser meant Steve McClaren's side went home with a point after drawing 1-1 with Nottingham Forest, despite Britt Assombalonga's opener and Jake Buxton's red card.
Zamora famously scored the goal that took QPR up to the Premier League in last season's play-off final - at Derby County's expense.
And Nottingham Forest supporters decided it was an appropriate time to provide a painful reminder for their Midlands rivals.
As the above picture shows, though, it wasn't just in the stands that Forest taunted Derby fans, as there were pictures of the 33-year-old stuck on road signs all over the A52.
The visitors can perhaps suggest they had the last laugh by denying the hosts a victory, although Stuart Pearce's men remain at the top of the table by a margin of one point.
McClaren's men, meanwhile, are up to 10th, five points behind Forest.