The former Spurs goalkeeper reminded supporters of his days at White Hart Lane with an own goal in Watford's game against Stoke
Heurelho Gomes opened the scoring in Watford's game with Stoke City, and Tottenham fans were quick to mock their former goalkeeper.
The Brazilian spent six seasons at Spurs, but did not play a Premier League game in his last three campaigns with the club - causing delight among some supporters when he left for the Hornets.
Gomes turned Charlie Adam's effort into his own goal to give Stoke the lead on Sunday, with one fan claiming the news gave them 'Vietnam style flashbacks!'
Gomes showing he's still Spurs at heart. #coys— Ryan Helms (@Univarn) November 27, 2016
I can't ever see the phrase 'Heurelho Gomes own goal' without suffering Vietnam style flashbacks. #COYS— Dan (@ThatConnArtist) November 27, 2016
Heurelho Gomes own goal. He's showing flashes of his Tottenham self— Ben (@MITROVlC) November 27, 2016
Heurelho Gomes has had an absolute howler. Not for the first time in his career either. Liability.— Lewis McKenzie (@LewisMckenzie94) November 27, 2016
Heurelho Gomes is wearing a gum shield as if he's about to step into the octagon and not between the sticks— Scott Jenkins (@ScottJenkins1) November 27, 2016
I've been informed that Heurelho Gomes is at it again— Sean (@SeanWalsh_97) November 27, 2016
Seven of Stoke's 10 outfield players have had a shot today and who gives them the lead? Watford's Heurelho Gomes. Funny old game.— Jonny Cooper (@JRCooper26) November 27, 2016