David Beckham taunted by fans as he plays for the LA Galaxy in Canada

I wanna really, really, really wanna zigazig ah! Fans taunt David Beckham by singing Spice Girls' songs as he plays for LA Galaxy

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11:08 GMT, 13 May 2012

For the most part being one half of a superstar couple has no flaws except when it interferes with your day job.

David Beckham who by now should be used to being a Spice husband found himself red faced when fans at the Olympic Stadium in Canada began singing his wife's songs.

The soccer ace was recording an interview with ESPN when the crowd spontaneously broke into song which left him cringing.

How embarrassing: David Beckham was taunted by fans who sang Spice Girls songs as he conducted an interview with ESPN in Canada

How embarrassing: David Beckham was taunted by fans who sang Spice Girls songs as he conducted an interview with ESPN in Canada

Naughty, naughty: The crowd of 60,860 fans laughed as they showed off their singing skills

Naughty, naughty: The crowd of 60,860 fans laughed as they showed off their singing skills

The LA Galaxy player who saved his team from defeat in the match against the Montreal Impact dried the sweat from his face with a towel as 60,860 football fans, and as it would appear Spice Girls fans, sang tunes by the 90s super group.

Although he seemed less than impressed with the crowd's vocal performance, he remained professional and continued with his interview for the sports channel.

During the match David wowed a record crowd in Canada with a trademark free kick to earn MLS champions Los Angeles Galaxy a vital point.

Man of the match: David dried off with a towel as he finished his interview with the sports channel

Man of the match: David dried off with a towel as he finished his interview with the sports channel

Not a Spice Girls' fan: One football fan held up a banner asking Beckham for a picture

Not a Spice Girls fan: One football fan held up a banner asking Beckham for a picture

The 37-year-old midfielder bent in a free kick in the 62nd minute to secure a 1-1 draw against the Montreal Impact yesterday.

There was a mix of boos and cheers each time Beckham played the ball, even when he scored on one of his trademark free kicks that curled inside the right post from 23 yards.

Beckham's second goal of the season came six minutes after he was shown an yellow card for an elbow to the face of Felipe Martins.

Still got it: The 37-year-old midfielder saved his team with a free kick in the 62nd minute of the game

Still got it: The 37-year-old midfielder saved his team with a free kick in the 62nd minute of the game