Arsenal loan rebel Matteo Guendouzi was booed after his name was read out at the Parc des Princes on Saturday night.
France are taking on Kazakhstan in a World Cup qualifier with Qatar already in their sights as they sit top of their group.
The French midfielder is currently on loan at Marseille, who are Paris Saint-Germain's biggest rivals in Ligue 1.
He has been an ever-present for Jorge Sampaoli's men, playing 13 times this season and registering three goals and three assists.
And Guendouzi has already stated that he would love to stay at the club – incensing Arsenal fans in the process.
But the former Lorient star has not stopped there, infuriating PSG fans with his comments on the Parc des Princes.
When asked about his thoughts on playing there for France, the 22-year-old was less than keen on the idea.
He said: “I would have preferred to play at the Stade de France, that's for sure!”
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"The Parc des Princes is the stadium of PSG. But we will be keen to win there and I hope that the people who will come to the stadium will be wholeheartedly with us and we will push to qualify for the World Cup."
Well, be careful what you wish for Guendouzi because they certainly came together in unison on Saturday night.
Unfortunately for the Arsenal ace, it was via a chorus of boos aimed towards him after his name was read out over the stadium tannoy.
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Guendouzi was named on the bench by Didier Deschamps, with N'Golo Kante and Adrien Rabiot preferred to the Marseille loanee.
The boos did little to sway France's swagger after Kylian Mbappe blew Kazakhstan out of the water with a first-half hat-trick.
The world champions have not had completely their own way in the group stage so far after drawing three of their seven games.
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