The rivalry between Stoke City and Arsenal has grown more and more intense over the years, so no wonder Peter Crouch celebrated his side's victory against the Gunners with a bit of crowd surfing at a Kasabian gig on Saturday night.
Crouch scored the opening goal for Stoke inside twenty seconds at the Britannia on Saturday, helping his side cruise to a 3-0 score line at halftime. Arsenal replied with two goals in the second half but it wasn't enough to overcome Mark Hughes' men.
Evidently taking his cue from England captain Wayne Rooney - who has revealed himself as a bit of music lover in recent weeks - Crouch was filmed celebrating victory by letting his hair down at a Kasabian gig in Brixton on Saturday evening.
Crouch has obviously grown out of his robot dance phase, instead deciding that climbing on people's shoulders, crowd surfing and jumping around like crazy are all more acceptable ways to enjoy yourself.
The videos that have emerged of Crouch in Brixton show just how tall the striker is compared to your average Kasabian fan, towering about those around him; when he raises his arm in the air, it's like a giant selfie stick.
The Kasabian concert on Saturday was the last date of a five-night residency at London's O2 Academy Brixton.