WILFRIED ZAHA cupped his ears to the Manchester United crowd after scoring for Galatasaray against his former club in the Champions League.
The ex-Crystal Palace man, 30, played just four times during his two-year stint with the Red Devils.
And he marked his return to Old Trafford with a first-half equaliser, before drinking it in front of the home supporters by putting his hands behind his ears.
The star had a huge grin on his face as he lapped up the moment which silenced the locals.
Zaha joined Man Utd in 2013 in a deal worth up to £15million.
But he made just four appearances during the first half of the season, before being sent out on loan to Cardiff for the remainder of the campaign.
He returned to Old Trafford in the summer of 2014, only to be sent back out on loan to Palace.
And in 2015 he re-signed permanently for the Eagles – where he would go on to become a club legend.
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His time in England came to an end in the summer when his Palace contract expired.
Galatasaray picked him up on a free transfer and agreed a three-year deal with the forward.
He has scored one goal in his opening four Super Lig games for the club.
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