Dani Alves produced a brilliant response to a banana thrown at him by a racist spectator during Barcelona's match at Villarreal.
The Brazilian striker nonchalantly picked up the offending snack, peeled it and ate it before continuing with a corner kick.
Later on Twitter, Alves explained the move...
Tw Alves: "My father always told me: son, you should eat bananas to avoid cramps. What about that? Hahaha 🙊🍌🍌🙊… http://t.co/Xxo727cgph"— barcastuff (@barcastuff) April 27, 2014
And it seems he has some support...
Alves is no stranger to racist abuse. Last year the 30-year-old said: "I go through this constantly in all the grounds I go to. It is a shame, as fans can like you or not, and there can be heated moments within games, but the crowd should just support their own team.
"I have been here [in Spain] for ten years and since the first year this kind of thing has happened. There are worse grounds [than the Bernabeu]. It happens all over Spain. I lived through it at Sevilla. Until action is taken, nothing will be fixed."
Alves' reaction harks back to the iconic late 80s image of Liverpool winger John Barnes silkily flicking a banana away at Goodison Park
Barcelona came back from 2-0 down to win 3-2.