Lionel Messi is not known for antagonising opposition fans, partly because one of his most iconic celebrations – in front of Real Madrid supporters – was missed by live TV cameras.
During El Clasico, in December 2017, Barcelona were dominant at the Bernabeu.
It was a tense first half as the teams went in level at 0-0.
However, by full-time Barca had thumped their bitter rivals 3-0.
Luis Suarez made the breakthrough with a fine finish on 54 minutes.
Then came the defining point in the match as Paulinho headed an effort on goal during a scramble, only for it to be punched away by Dani Carvajal.
Carvajal was sent off as a result, and Barca were awarded a penalty.
Despite the whistles and jeers from the Madrid fans behind the goal, Messi smashed the ball past Keylor Navas to double their lead.
He then ran, arms outstretched, in front of the Madrid fans before hugging his teammates.
Messi was not done there though, as he heard the abuse screamed at him from the stands.
He emerged from the group hug, turned to face the Madrid supporters, bowed, blew a kiss and held his arms out again, seriously taunting them.
He stood in front of them, enduring further abuse for a few seconds, and then gave a fist pump to the Barca fans up at the top of the Bernabeu before walking back to resume the match.
On the original live TV broadcast, though, none of this was picked up as cameras cut away to images of the Barcelona supporters celebrating.
The clip emerged later, but the iconic moment flew largely under the radar.
Only the fan footage above – albeit blurry – really does it justice.
Aleix Vidal wrapped the game up with Barcelona’s third goal in injury time, a famous El Clasico triumph.