Luis Suárez took a leaf out of Jürgen Klinsmann's book with his sardonic diving celebration under the nose of David Moyes during the Merseyside derby. Whereas some would argue Klinsmann had far more redeeming features than the largely loathed Uruguayan, it was a fearless act in front of the Everton manager.
And Suárez is the first of many to execute the self-deprecating celebration...
Tragi-comically, Merson refers to his penchant for a drink before he sought rehabilitation
Teddy Sheringham suggested Klinsmann take a dive if he scored to prove Germans <em>do</em> have a sense of humour. He did score, and his act was copied by team-mates
England pay tribute to the dentist's chair against Scotland at Euro 96
Julian Dicks helps up Wright after West Ham mocked Paul Alcock's tumble after he was pushed by Paolo di Canio
Amid allegations he snorted cocaine, Fowler saw the funny side after scoring against Everton
Accused of being overweight by John Gregory, Ginola was keen to show off his pecs after an equaliser against Manchester City
Rooney revelled in the fat jibes he received off Liverpool fans to strike a pose Darwin would have been proud of after he scored at Anfield's Kop. A mobile phone was thrown at him, but missed
Having threatened team-mate John Arne Riise with a golf club, Bellamy took a swing after scoring against Barcelona. Riise, aptly, got the other in a 2-1 win
On the same patch and at the same end that Phil Brown gave his infamous half-time team-talk the following year, Bullard paid homage after equalising against Manchester City
Same face, same pose, different shirt. In his penultimate Old Trafford game Tévez scored for Manchester United against Manchester City before cupping his ears in front of Sir Alex Ferguson to emphasise the supporters' reverence for him. Eight months later he did it again, having put the Blues 2-1 up against United
Days after he had been sent off for an overzealous challenge against Manchester United, Shelvey exhibited his frustration with a two-footed celebratory 'tackle'
This is hardly sardonic