Chesterfield have brutally mocked Salford co-owner Paul Scholes by mimicking a viral video of the Manchester United legend, which showed him appearing to nibble on his daughter's toes.
Salford hosted Chesterfield in the second round of the FA Cup, and Liam Mandeville put the visitors in front with a wonder strike, but it was the celebration that caught the eye.
Scholes was subject to a lot of criticism from creeped out fans as his daughter shared a video of him biting her toenails on an Instagram story, and the situation has haunted him ever since.
And now the Salford co-owner has even been mocked by the opposition while his side were pegged back in the FA Cup.
Chesterfield mocked Paul Scholes as they took the lead against Salford
After opening the scoring with a beautiful strike from outside the area, Mandeville beckoned over his teammates and proceeded to chomp down on the boots of Jim Kellerman in reference to the bizarre video that was shared of the former United star.
To add insult to injury, the celebration was hilariously performed in front of the Salford supporters, who's club is partly owned by Scholes along with fellow United legends.
The spotlight had recently come away from Scholes as time passed since the incident went viral, but Chesterfield took full advantage of their trip to Salford, carrying out the premeditated celebration.
Paul Scholes was filmed biting his daughters toes
Salford is owned by Project 92 Limited of whom the significant shareholders are former United stars David Beckham, Nicholas Butt, Ryan Giggs, Peter Lim, Gary Neville, Philip Neville and Scholes.
They achieved promotion to the Football League back in 2019, and have been knocking on the door of League 1 as the owners target a rise up the divisions.
Salford are currently mid table and are just six points adrift of the play-offs.