GONZALO HIGUAIN came to the top of the branches – the night Chelsea had protective flops.
The Argentine striker threw babies and bottles of water on the floor when he was shot down, as the blue men were looking in vain for a 2-1 winner in the draw with Burnley.
Iguaine might have freed all his frustration after trying to impress a loan from Juventus.
Yet he brilliantly knit one of Chelsea's two early goals after they are behind, only for Ashley Barnes, who had fired Burnley's savings point for 24 minutes.
Iguaine looked upset when the Frenchman Olivier Girush replaced him in 13 minutes.
After returning to the bench, Iguaine was still excited – especially when he lifted a bottle over his head and threw it down.
His teammates consoled the 31-year-old, while Giroud and Co remained fourth, after failing to interrupt Clarets.
The victory would see Chelsea skip Tottenham with two points.
And Burnley No. 1 admitted that the purpose of Iguaine was unstoppable.
The English guardian told Sky Sports: "It was a huge point, and the shot of Gonzalo Iguaine was a rocket, and I could not get to it.
"We can swallow the pressure and make it uncomfortable for the teams."