SERGIO RAMOS has almost come under fire from Paris Saint-Germain fans after posting a mistake online.
The Spaniard, 35, has played only once for PSG since the switch to the summer.
His only appearance was against St Etienne last weekend, completing the full 90 minutes.
And clearly excited to be back in action, the centre-back has shared several videos of him training this week on Instagram.
Unfortunately, he decided to use an accompaniment in the clip – he chose Van Halen’s “Jump”.
Newcomer to Ligue 1 is Ramos, the tune used by nasty rivals Marseille to greet their players on the pitch.
It is taboo for any PSG player to associate himself with the song, so Ramos quickly delete video.
Matches between the two teams are often marred by bad scenes – on and off the pitch.
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Earlier this season, Neymar was targeted by Marseille fans who threw rockets at him from the Stade Velodrome.
As for Ramos, he has learned his lesson the hard way and will likely be more eager to prove himself than ever before the PSG followers.
Ramos helped Mauricio Pochettino’s men win 3-1 over St Etienne but then drew a goalless draw against Nice.
That could be because Pochettino wants to control his fitness carefully, so Ramos will most likely return to action against Lens on Saturday.
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https://www.the-sun.com/sport/premier-league/4200003/psg-sergio-ramos-marseille/ PSG star Sergio Ramos forced to delete training clip from Instagram after making epic Marseille mistake