Fabricio, a star player for the Brazilian soccer team Internacional, was booed last night during his team's match against Ypiranga.
Fabricio suddenly stopped playing, walked near the bleachers and gave two middle fingers to the booing crowd (video below).
BleacherReport.com notes that a referee suspended Fabrico from the game, which brought cheers from the fans.
Fabricio took off his shirt and struggled with his own teammates, who tried to calm him down. Ever defiant, he made more gestures to the fans while walking off the field.
Internacional was still able to win the game 1-0, despite having only nine players against Ypiranga's 10, reports 101GreatGoals.com.
The Guardian notes that Internacional will now advance in the Gaucho state championship.