Mario Balotelli celebrated his winning goal against former club Nice by playing rock, paper, scissors on Sunday.
The Italy striker was on the scoresheet as Marseille beat Nice 1-0 at the Allianz Riviera.
Balotelli has scored five goals in seven games since joining Marseille in a £1.8million deal from Nice in January.
The former Manchester City and Liverpool forward is no stranger to elaborate celebrations.
He opened the scoring for City in a 6-1 win at rivals Manchester United in October 2011 and revealed a T-shirt with the words “why always me?” in relation to controversial events in his personal life.
He recently also filmed himself and his team-mates celebrating a goal and uploaded the celebration to Instagram during the match.
And Balotelli’s humorous side was on show once more with his rock, paper, scissors celebration with team-mate Florian Thauvin on the weekend.
The 28-year-old became the first Marseille player to score in his first four home games in 45 years.
Balotelli’s short-term deal with the French club runs out at the end of the season – and he is keen to extend his stay.
Last week, he told La Provence: “The fact of the matter is that my contract expires at the end of this season and after that, we’ll discuss it.
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“I’ve told my agent that I am happy here and want to stay. My first two seasons at Nice were good, but Marseille is on another level, another type of football and atmosphere.
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“As far as I am concerned, Marseille are the biggest club in France. I thank Nice and its supporters, but there’s no comparison with Marseille.
“I’ve always felt that I would fit in here and I can’t explain why. The atmosphere is a bit like Naples. I’ve said the only Italian club I could play for would be Napoli. It’s more or less the same thing at Marseille.”