Robinho is back at his first club Santos on loan from AC Milan after slipping down the pecking order at San Siro and he certainly made his mark against Botafogo.
The ex-Manchester City forward scored twice in the first half of the Copa do Brasil first-leg, which Santos won 3-2, but then he was slightly harshly shown a second yellow card in the 84th minute for simulation just five minutes after he had picked up his first booking.
Robinho has often been accused of diving during a career that has seen glimpses of brilliance but long bouts of underachievement.
While at Man City between 2008 and 2010, Robinho scored 14 goals in 41 games. His time at the club was marred by injury problems and he is widely regarded as a transfer flop after the club paid a whopping £33 million for him.
The 30-year-old has made over 100 appearances for Milan but he is seen as surplus to requirements and was given the chance to get some playing time back in his homeland.
The first goal against Botafogo was a bit of a gift after some shocking defence gave Santos the ball and Robinho only had to tuck it away but the second was a decent finish that rounded off a neat move.
And gets sent off: