Zaha gives Leeds fans the middle finger after abuse over transfer to Man United
21:55 GMT, 9 March 2013
10:31 GMT, 10 March 2013
Manchester United's new signing Wilfried Zaha was spotted swearing at Leeds United fans on Saturday.
The Crystal Palace attacker was being berated by Leeds supporters over his transfer to their bitter rivals.
He responded by grinning and sticking up his middle finger at them.
Response: Wilfried Zaha had a message for the Leeds fans giving him stick
Top form: Zaha again showed the star quality yesterday that earned a move to Manchester United this summer
Red Devils fans took to Twitter to praise their new signing, saying he was 'getting into practice'.
Whether Sir Alex Ferguson would approve of this gesture is another matter entirely.
Eyes on the ball: Zaha used his head to get past Leeds player Lee Peltier
Wing wizard: Zaha cuts inside to beat Leeds United's Stephen Warnock
Palace fought hard and earned a 2-2 draw with Leeds thanks to a late goal by Glenn Murray.
The Eagles frontman hit a brace – and so did Leeds' Steve Morison – as they shared the spoils at Selhurst Park.