- Joe Hart was called John Hart in the team sheet ahead of his Torino debut
- The goalkeeper's full name is Charles Joseph John Hart
- Hart made his bow for the Turin club against Atatlanta on Sunday
- One travelling Torino fan produced a Union Jack flag before kick-off
The England goalkeeper was wrongly named on the team sheet ahead of the Serie A clash on Sunday with Atalanta's office staff perhaps confused by the stopper's full name, which is Charles Joseph John Hart.
Hart is unlikely to have even noticed the error, however, and he certainly didn't appear to be bothered by the gaffe as he warmed up at Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia and blew kisses towards the VIP seats.
Hart would have hoped to enjoy a convincing first game with the gloves for his temporary club but found himself at fault for Atalanta's equalising goal.
After Iago Falque had handed Torino the lead in the 54th minute, the keeper failed to claim a left-wing corner two minutes later, with the ball falling at the feet of Andrea Masiello to volley home.
Hart was then unable to prevent his side falling behind later in the second half as Franck Yannick Kessie beat him from a penalty spot.
The goalkeeper completed his season-long loan move to Torino from Manchester City on transfer deadline day after being told he would be third choice at the Etihad Stadium behind Claudio Bravo and Willy Caballero.
The City misfit was given a 50-word crash course in Italian by Torino manager Sinisa Mihajlovic ahead of the clash with Atalanta.