A win in football is always the sweetest for the manager. For Sunderland's Paolo di Canio, it is ecstasy.
Just see how the former Italian player rejoiced his team's 3-0 win against local rivals Newcastle. (AFP image)
Di Canio did a combo of fist pumps, double fist pumps, jiggy dance and bumchika bounce - terms not commonly associated with football celebrations but which are the only apt way of describing this. (AFP image)
The win — Sunderland's biggest at Newcastle in 34 years — was marred by violent scenes in Newcastle after the match when 27 fans were arrested and three police officers were injured as rival supporters clashed.
For Di Canio though, there was just one big news - his first win as the manager of the EPL side! (AFP image)
Even captain John O'Shea raved about di Canio. "The new manager has come in, and a new manager always has a positive effect. You can see what type of character he is on the sidelines." (AFP image)
It may have been a historic win but it was definitely a wildly historic celebration from the Sunderland manager. (AFP image)