There are a number of Leeds fans who are not quite sure what the celebration for Pontus Jansson's opening goal during their clash with Swansea was all about - but several have suggested that it may have been a reference to West Brom striker Dwight Gayle.
Gayle is facing potential punishment for diving after winning a penalty during the final stages of the Baggies' 2-2 draw with Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night.
There did not seem to be any contact made with the forward, who then proceeded to fall to ground in quite a dramatic manner. But referee Lee Mason did feel that it was a penalty, and gave Jay Rodriguez the opportunity to equalise.
And some Leeds fans seem to be wondering whether Jansson and his teammates were paying tribute to Gayle's fall when he broke the deadlock against the Swans on Wednesday.
The Swede found the bottom corner as the ball fell to him and he headed over to the crowd before he and several of his teammates threw their arms out while leaning forward.
No one is quite sure what was going on. But there is no question that most of the responses to the club's tweet posting the image mention the West Brom striker and the events of the previous night.
Here is the club's tweet and some of the responses...
Not even sure what this celebration is pic.twitter.com/CgfLL2faZ7— Leeds United (@LUFC) February 13, 2019
Looks like Dwight Gayle diving— Harry_Paulley (@Harry_Paulley) February 13, 2019
‘EFL to give Leeds £50 million fine and 30 points deduction for mocking another teams player’— Aidan (@muzlaaaaa) February 13, 2019
Dwight Gayle diving?— Rob Lindley (@LufcLindley) February 13, 2019
Recreating Gayle’s dive...— Ashley Earnshaw (@ashearnshaw) February 13, 2019
Doing the Dwight?— Danny Renwick (@renners_d) February 13, 2019
The Dwight Gayle— John (@campbelljaa) February 13, 2019