Jose Mourinho was quick to pat Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on the back of his head after his Tottenham side blew away Manchester United.
Despite going behind in the first few minutes, Spurs rallied back immediately through Tanguy Ndombele and Heung-Min Son.
United were then dealt a hammer blow when Anthony Martial received a straight red for cheekily slapping Erik Lamela.
Spurs then ran riot, netting another four. Harry Kane bagged a brace, Son added to his earlier effort and even Serge Aurier got on the scoresheet.
At full-time Mourinho, shook Solskjaer's hand before tapping the back of his head with the other.
Of course, the United boss will remember how he did the same to Mourinho when his side won back in December.
The picture of Solskjaer appearing to mock Mourinho went viral and it seems the Spurs boss had his heart set on reminding the Norwegian.
"Manchester United don't lose many matches," Mourinho said at full-time. "To lose by six doesn't happen every day.
"It's a historical victory. It is history for Tottenham, history for my boys and I cannot deny it is also history for me.
"I won many times in this stadium, mostly with Manchester United but also with Chelsea, Real Madrid and now Tottenham.
"It is a victory for the squad, not just the team but the squad. It is a victory of confidence, the team is so confident. I feel very happy, it is an honour for us to have this unique record in this stadium."
"We were the best team. They couldn’t stop us when we were 11 v 11. We were winning already, we were missing chances. The performance was very, very impressive.
"The message this week is that together – and with this squad – we can make it."
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