Everton striker Wayne Rooney scored against Manchester City on Monday evening and loved every moment of it.
England's record goalscorer netted the opening goal in a 1-1 draw at The Etihad, striking Dominic Calvert-Lewin's pass first time past Ederson.
Rooney loved celebrating in front of disgruntled City fans, as he has done on previous occasions for their rivals Manchester United over the past decade.
The forward joked on Twitter after the match...
Always nice to see a few familiar faces pic.twitter.com/pr15fYfG7q— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) August 21, 2017
Rooney has got off to the best possible start for Everton, scoring twice in as many games for the Toffees.
He has now scored 12 goals in 30 matches against City, enjoying only better records against Aston Villa (15), Arsenal (14) and Newcastle (14).
City managed to salvage a draw through an equaliser late on from Raheem Sterling, having played 50 minutes with 10 men after Kyle Walker's harsh sending off.
Morgan Schneiderlin was also dismissed for the visitors but Rooney's Everton held on to claim a valuable draw.