Manchester United attacker Alejandro Garnacho has been rattling Barcelona again with his social media activity after El Clasico defeat.
The 18-year-old winger infuriated the Catalans back in February by appearing to mock Pedri after a 2-1 win at Old Trafford.
And his latest antics may prompt a stern word from United boss Erik ten Hag as the youngster looks to avoid creating a bad reputation for himself.
Garnacho couldn’t resist mocking Pedri as the Red Devils beat Barcelona 2-1 in the Europa League, with Fred and Antony both on target.
The Argentine star mimicked the Spain international’s binoculars goal celebration, riling Barca in the process. And, now Garnacho has been at it again.
The youngster rubbed salt into Barcelona’s wounds on Instagram after their emphatic 4-0 Copa del Rey defeat to Real Madrid on Wednesday.
Garnacho commented ‘normal’, accompanied with laughing emojis, on a post from Real Madrid superstar Vinicius Jr.
And that sparked a backlash, with many fans piling into the teenager for his antics and making it clear they’re unhappy with his post.
But Garnacho is creating unnecessary headlines around himself. The forward was in Ten Hag’s bad books at the start of the campaign after turning up late during the club’s pre-season tour.
Garnacho also needed a lecture for his demeanour in training, with the player sometimes walking around Carrington with his laces untied.
And also, there was the vape incident last month. Garnacho uploaded an image of himself watching United’s 3-1 FA Cup victory over Fulham, after missing the game through injury.