The England midfielder was in hot water earlier this month when a post from his Twitter account in relation to computer gaming was posted moments after a silence to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Munich disaster.
Lingard apologised and insisted it was a member of his media team and not him.
But his latest tweet looks like it’s definitely an idea of his own to show off his talent.
Lingard tweeted a photo of himself from Manchester United’s 4-2 win over Watford back in November.
The 25-year-old scored a brilliant solo goal as he ran from his own half before firing past Heurelho Gomes.
And yet three months on Lingard still seems impressed with his effort as he took to Twitter to share a picture of the goal with the hashtag “#Jlingz”.
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But his post was met with angry United fans calling for him to put more focus on his football than his social media antics.
One fan said: “Less of the social media antics and better results on the pitch, please and thank you.
“If they were as good on the pitch as they were at dabbing then there would be no issue. At the end of the day they are professional footballers not professional dabbers”.
“Sort youre game out instead of putting shite on here”, another added.
A third replied: “No one’s impressed with what you did weeks ago.
“It’s about performing like that every week.
“After a defeat I would be keeping my head down & working twice as hard to make sure I performed in the next game.”
Another irate fan tweeted: “How f****g annoying is this! Great goal don’t get me wrong but just play football and win games for United.. tweet about it when you win us the league!
“I’m a big fan but at the moment I’m losing my f*****g s**t”.
Lingard is enjoying an impressive campaign under Jose Mourinho this season after bagging seven goals and four assists but United are still well off the pace in the Premier League, sitting 16 points behind leaders Manchester City.