Paris Saint-Germain's official Twitter account has labeled Chelsea striker Diego Costa a "fraud" in the build up to Wednesday's last-16 Champions League clash.
The two sides have come face-to-face in each of the last three seasons in the Champions League and there appears to be bad blood ahead of the crucial second leg fixture.
On Tuesday afternoon a Vine appeared on PSG's official Twitter feed showing all sorts of superheroes and villains, with striker Costa in amongst them, and the accompanying strapline asking people to "Spot the fraud."
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This came after PSG manager Laurent Blanc said his side must "keep cool in the face of provocation" from Costa.
Vous avez trouvé le héros ? Ok, maintenant trouvez l'imposteur ! https://t.co/43863goxe1— PSG Officiel (@PSG_inside) March 8, 2016
The Spanish striker is no stranger to antagonism and we wouldn't be surprised if this tweet ended up backfiring on the Ligue 1 side.
H/T Daily Mirror