When Tottenham Hotspur were drawn against Manchester City in the quarter final of the Champions League, the vast majority had already written off the North London side’s dreams of progressing any further in the competition.
Despite all the odds, Mauricio Pochettino’s side have progressed to the final four where they will no meet Ajax. However, someone at BT Sport has failed to get the memo in a completely embarrassing social media post.
The broadcaster posted a photo on their official Twitter account at 7:31am this morning which confirmed Tottenham as semi-finalists but decided to feature Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling in their graphic, rather than a Spurs player.
It *WAS* all a dream… pic.twitter.com/eCaPK7TS9H
— James Maw (@JamesMawFFT) April 18, 2019
The photo was later removed and replaced Sterling with Heung-min Son.
The 2018/19 #ChampionsLeague semi-finals are ?
??????? Spurs vs Ajax ??
?? Barcelona vs Liverpool ???????
Watch all the game live on BT Sport! pic.twitter.com/pTd7Lptfke
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 17, 2019
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