This is all sorts of brilliant from the Spaniard – got a lot of time for this!
The only thing that comes close to a mad celebration on the pitch, is a REALLY mad celebration off the pitch – they're always great.
Remember Jose Mourinho running down the touchline when his Porto side beat Manchester United in the Champions League? That was just glorious!
Well, during Manchester United's clash with Quique Flores's Watford at Vicarage Road, we reckon we might have spotted one of the best touchline celebrations ever.
With the game pretty perfectly poised at 1-1 after Memphis and Troy Deeney's goals, Louis van Gaal had to wait until the last few seconds of the game before his side picked up all the points.
Thankfully for United, Bastian Schweinsteiger popped up to score the winner – although he needed a massive helping hand from Deeney's leg.
As you can imagine, Schweinsteiger and his team-mate celebrated the late goal pretty well, however, Ander Herrera's celebration stole the show.
Just have a look at this:
Now that's what you call a celebration/mini-freakout!