Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey recently posted a tweet in Welsh - and was hilariously accused of being drunk by several confused users.
The Wales international posted an image of himself and his wife Colleen on their wedding day, alongside the message: “Un flwyddyn heddiw” - which, translated into English, means “One year today.”
But before he’d even had the chance to explain he was speaking Welsh, Ramsey had been accused of all sorts - from having a seizure to having a few too many pints down the pub.
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The Welsh language can look a little unusual to the untrained eye, but those on Twitter should have ran his sentence through Google translate before making their wild presumptions.
Ramsey is a consummate professional and, this is admittedly of more relevance, a proud Welshman.
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“Did you have a seizure while typing this tweet or something?” one Arsenal fan asked.
Another asked: “Did you lean on the keyboard?”
“Are u drunk,” another tweeted, before hilariously admitting: “I didn't know welsh was a language lol”
Ramsey set for toughest season yet
Wales have not qualified for a major tournament since the 1958 World Cup finals - but that’s set to change with Chris Coleman’s side top of their Euro 2016 qualification group following their surprise 1-0 win over Belgium on Friday night.
Wales have picked up 14 points from their opening six qualifying matches, leaving them three clear of second-placed Belgium with four matches left to play.
Real Madrid star Gareth Bale has been Wales’ main man during the qualifying campaign, but Ramsey has also played his part.
The 24-year-old has come on in leaps and bounds over the past couple of years - before that, few Arsenal fans would have shed tears had he left the Emirates Stadium - and is now widely regarded as one of the Premier League’s best midfielders.
It was recently reported that Barcelona were poised to submit a bid in excess of £50 million for the former Cardiff City starlet, having watched him on 11 occasions last season.
Whether that’s true or not, Arsene Wenger will do everything in his power to keep the Welshman with the Gunners.
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