Throughout his career, Manchester Utd's Ashley Young has forged a reputation as one of the Premier League's leading proponents of simulation.
In Tuesday night's Champions League tie with Real Sociedad, the 28-year-old appeared to be up to his old tricks, winning a penalty after going down via the slightest of contact.
Young's dive from Tuesday evening leads our list of his finest flops...
Real Sociedad's Markel Bergara was booked by referee Nicola Rizzoli for this apparent challenge on Young, which resulted in a penalty.
The gods of karma appeared to be watching on, as Robin van Persie failed to convert the resulting spot kick and the match finished 0-0.
The Internet's best photoshoppers, meanwhile, have had a field day.
The South African received his second yellow for the perceived offence. Unlike against Sociedad, RVP converted the resultant penalty.
Just a week before his theatrics against Aston Villa, Young evoked yet more controversy in the 14th minute of United's visit to Loftus Road. Feeling the hand of Shaun Derry, Young crashed down in the box, earning Wayne Rooney a penalty—which he converted—and the Hoops man a red card.
Referee Lee Mason and his assistant Ceri Richards were criticised not only for rewarding the suspected dive, but for allowing play when Young was clearly in an offside position when he received the ball.
During the Manchester derby at Old Trafford in 2011, James Milner was called up for a foul on Young as he charged down the left wing.
Milner was late to the ball, and a free kick is probably the right call, but notice how Young jumps free of the challenge, then extends his trailing leg to ensure contact.
City, of course, had the last laugh, running out 6-1 winners of this game.
Ivanovic may have had some extremely minimal contact with Young as he raced through on goal, but certainly not enough to deserve such a flailing flop.