Football fans have been left in stitches after the BBC accidentally cut to a banner of Mohamed Salah – with two camels appearing to have sex in the background.
It quickly became clear that behind the caricature of Salah were two camels appearing to romp sex next to a pyramid. BBC cameras quickly cut away and put the camera back on a stricken Salah, who was laid in the centre circle.
Salah had been forced off due to an injury inside the first half of the FA Cup final. But as Salah was being replaced by Jota, football fans couldn't get enough of the banner that has been shown.
"Ayooo did anyone see that Salah banner with the camels behind," one fan said in shock.
"Not sure the cameraman noticed the s****ing camels in the background of that Salah banner," another added. While a third tweeted: "Someone had a banner of Salah in the desert but with camels f***** each other in the background!"
A fourth joked: "Lol, TV focused on Salah caricature and didn't notice the camels having sex in the background!"
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Salah was forced off the field, and Jermaine Jenas said on the BBC: "This is a big worry, Salah is not the type of player who just takes a seat.
"He plays a lot of games, a lot of minutes, he’s had a long season – I know most Liverpool players have but chuck the African Cup of Nations into that as well."
Liverpool are looking to add to their Carabao Cup success earlier in the season, and the Reds are still in the running for the Premier League and Champions League after the FA Cup final.
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