Richarlison has fired a barbed message to Jamie Carragher after helping Everton retain their Premier League status.
The Toffees pulled off a dramatic 3-2 victory over Crystal Palace at Goodison Park last night to steer clear of the relegation battle.
Frank Lampard's side found themselves two goals behind at half-time.
But Everton rallied in the second period, with Richarlison netting his side's equaliser. Michael Keane and Dominic Calvert-Lewin were also on target for Frank Lampard’s side, with a mass fan pitch invasion ensuing at full-time to celebrate the achievement.
Richarlison has now taken aim at Carragher - seemingly because of the comments made about him during the Merseyside derby against Liverpool at Anfield last month.
Carragher, who was co-commentating for Sky Sports, accused the Brazil international of going down injuried when there was 'nothing wrong with him'.
Carragher, a former Reds defender, did backtrack on one comment he made about Richarlison and admitted it was harsh as video replays showed that the striker indeed rolled his ankle.
However, Richarlison clearly has not forgotten about Carragher’s comments - and claims he does not 'respect' the ex-England defender.
On Twitter, Richarlison wrote to Carragher: "Wash your mouth before you talk about me and Everton and I don't respect you."
Everton’s final game of the season takes place on Sunday when they travel to Arsenal.
Richarlison will be hoping to add to his tally of 11 goals in 33 appearances.