Benfica manager Jorge Jesus certainly made an impression on his trip to England to face Tottenham in the Europa League.
Jesus antagonised opposite number Tim Sherwood, doing a dance of celebration when one goal went in, holding up his fingers with the score when the third followed.
Sherwood struggled to contain his emotions and was spotted squaring up to Jesus:
Jesus tried to play down the significance of the gesture after the game:
Jesus claims 3-finger gesture was 'No 3, for Luisao [his shirt number is no 4]'. But Sherwood thought it disrespectful? 'That's his problem'— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceIndy) March 13, 2014
Sherwood later accused Jesus of having no class during his post-match interview:
The final score, 3-1, means Spurs will need at least three away goals in Portugal to win the tie.