Michael Hefele has revealed the reason he celebrates with the "claw" after scoring for Huddersfield Town.
The giant German scored Town's equaliser against Aston Villa in the final five minutes, sparking wild celebrations in the away end.
The man himself gave his signature gesture, the claw or "kralle" to the Huddersfield Town fans, which represents a lion - the symbol of Bavaria, his home region in Germany.
In an interview with HTTV, Hefele said: "I think it's a claw from a lion because I like this animal and it is also the weapon from Bavaria.
"It's strong and it always eats other animals and I think it was very good."
Hefele's kralle has been noticed back home, with Dynamo Dresden supporting their former player with this tweet:
And the love for Hefele and his goal continued into the night with his team-mates praising the German for his unusual finish.
And the players also took to Twitter to express their elation with the start to the season Town have had.