​Asamoah Gyan isn't a man short on confidence - the Ghanaian international has netted an impressive 50 goals in 105 games for his country. And the former Sunderland striker's latest antics have provided evidence that his confidence, or maybe arrogance, literally have no boundaries.


Gyan hit the half century milestone for Ghana at the weekend when he scored during his side's 5-0 win over Ethiopia. However, the 31-year-old was slated on social media after he wore a captain's armband bearing his own face on it during the victory.


Check it out in the photo below:

It is not the first time Gyan has been publicly criticised during his career - the striker enjoyed a successful campaign for Sunderland in the 2011-2012 season before opting for a switch to the United Arab Emirates to play for Al Ain FC. 


The move quadrupled his wages from what he was earning at the Stadium of Light and the forward was labelled as a mercenary for accepting the move.


It's clear that Gyan still doesn't shy away from being in the spotlight and Twitter couldn't quite believe his latest stunt either...



​​To make matters worse, Gyan was subbed off during the game, which left vice-captain Andre Ayew having to go to the substitutes bench and get a new armband. 


Ghana could now find themselves in trouble for breaching FIFA regulations about what should be displayed on armbands...