LUIS SUAREZ raised a smile with his calculated goal celebrations after scoring for in the derby against Everton – although he could have waited until he’d actually scored himself before racing half the length of Goodison Park and diving comically in front of David Moyes.
But the little Uruguayan wasn’t the first Merseyside player to plan a pre-rehearsed goal celebration. Here are some of the best
Brazilian Bebeto may have introduced the 'rocking-the-cradle' celebration to celebrate the arrival of a new family member after scoring for Brazil in the 1994 World Cup but Liverpool's Luis Garcia paid tribute to his own baby by sucking his thumb.
Wayne Rooney burst into the Everton consciousness when scoring in the 2002 FA Youth Cup final against Aston Villa and nailed his colours to the mast by unveiling a t-shirt proclaiming his allegiances.
Robbie Fowler and his Liverpool team-mates included a hapless linesman when celebrating a goal against Derby County in 1997
Graeme Sharp's volley at Anfield in 1984 is one of the most iconic of all Merseyside derby goals but the crazed, windmilling celebration of one fan who made it onto the pitch in the delirious aftermath is etched in the memory
Finally the post-match interview following Andy King's 1978 derby winner recently made it onto YouTube and it's just too good not include here
Which do you think is the best one? Cast your vote below and nominate your own if you think we've missed one out