Arsenal star Marquinhos is red-faced as he shares his story with lyrics to You’ll Never Walk Alone
Wrong club, Marquinhos? Arsenal’s new boy is red-faced after posting a photo with the lyrics to Liverpool’s iconic anthem, You’ll Never Walk Alone, as he previewed his side’s clash against Fulham
- Marquinhos shared a story on his Instagram ahead of the game against Fulham
- The Brazilian added lyrics to Liverpool anthem You’ll Never Walk Alone
- The 19-year-old joined the Gunners from Sao Paulo earlier this summer
Arsenal summer signing Marquinhos has left fans online scratching their heads after posting a story on his Instagram account.
Summer signing Mikel Arteta has baffled fans on social media despite never stepping onto the pitch for a competitive game with the Gunners.
Ahead of Arsenal’s game against Fulham at the Emirates on Saturday, Marquinhos shared a picture of himself in his new club colors alongside the caption ‘Go with God’ written in his native Portuguese.
Marquinhos shared a story including the lyrics to Liverpool’s iconic anthem on his Instagram
The 19-year-old Brazilian joined Arsenal this summer from Sao Paulo
The only problem with the Brazilian striker’s image was that it also happened to include the lyrics to the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, You’ll Never Walk Alone.
Made famous in the UK by Merseybeat band Gerry and the Pacemakers, You’ll Never Walk Alone is universally known as the anthem of Arsenal’s title rivals Liverpool.
Perhaps the former Sao Paulo star would have known about this fact had he been present during last season’s infamous training session captured by TV cameras in the All or Nothing documentary series. .
Mikel Arteta used You’ll Never Walk Alone as part of a training drill last season
Ahead of a Premier League clash at Liverpool, Mikel Arteta played a recording of the iconic song through loudspeakers at Arsenal’s training center in a bid to give his players a taste of the atmosphere at Anfield .
Fans on social media quickly caught on to the young star’s gaffe, with many offering their opinions.
@Krbarnett1981 wrote: ‘Is this real? If so, he had a good mare’
Another user jokingly referenced Arteta’s unconventional training method featured in the recent documentary: ‘I had to watch that episode and I was wrong’
Meanwhile, @Harrisufc joked, “His next game, he’ll kick off with a little rendition of ‘I’m still blowing bubbles'”
Fans on social media shared their thoughts on the young player’s gaffe
It’s also not the first time that Marquinhos has managed to mix up his English clubs.
Before being officially unveiled as an Arsenal player earlier this summer, the 19-year-old had initially signed pre-contract terms with Wolves and looked set to go on loan immediately to feeder club Grasshoppers.
Ultimately, however, the Brazilian would opt to move to North London instead, a decision which led Molineux’s side to consider taking legal action.