Wayne Rooney's penalty against Liverpool was widely celebrated - and not just in the blue half of Merseyside.
The former Manchester United captain made no mistake from the spot after Dejan Lovren had been pulled up for a shove on Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Liverpool were incensed by the call, which helped Everton earn a point in Sunday's derby at Anfield.
With goals this season against Manchester City and now the Reds, moreover, Rooney continues to do damage against United's biggest rivals.
Once a Red, always a Red, was the cry from Twitter, while supporters of Jurgen Klopp's beleaguered troops were less than amused - some with the decision, and others with Lovren's less than exemplary defending!
Rooney scored against City and Liverpool. Once a red. — Liam (@UtdHolic) 10 de diciembre de 2017
Willy Rooney!!!!!!!! — Sir Stevo Timothy (@SirStevoTimothy) 10 de diciembre de 2017
Rooney still punishing Liverpool
Doesn't matter the jersey he wears — kenna (@kennagq) 10 de diciembre de 2017
Watching Sam Allardyce manage an ineffective, out of position Wayne Rooney in the snow. But for a hidden camera and a pint of wine, this could have been our World Cup highlight. — Jonny Sharples (@JonnyGabriel) 10 de diciembre de 2017
He was going nowhere. Why even put hands on him? — Sam McGuire (@SamMcGuire90) 10 de diciembre de 2017
It’s a soft penalty but it’s equally clever by Calvert-Lewin to lean in to Lovren and stupid of Lovren to allow the contact. — David Preece (@davidpreece12) 10 de diciembre de 2017
Wow. There are people who don’t think it (Lovren) was a penalty. Hands on his back, pushed. DCL clever, positioned for it, Lovren fell for it. Correct decision. — Sam Tighe (@stighefootball) 10 de diciembre de 2017
Get back in the dressing Lovren 100% pen. — Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) 10 de diciembre de 2017
Cowardly performance from Everton, undeservedly rewarded thanks to a terrible penalty award. Don't understand commentary criticism of Lovren's "moment of madness" - I certainly didn't see a push, and touching fouling. — Simon Burnton (@Simon_Burnton) 10 de diciembre de 2017