Newport County produced the biggest shock of the weekend in the FA Cup, with the League Two side beating Leicester City 2-1 in Wales.
Padraig Amond was the match winner for the Exiles, scoring a late penalty not long after Rachid Ghezzai had equalised for the Foxes.
While Newport produced a superb performance on the pitch, the club’s media team didn’t quite hit those heights with the matchday programme, making a rather enormous error in the spelling of Foxes’ defender Christian Fuchs.
Ex-Leicester legend Gary Lineker was quick to highlight the clanger on Twitter…
The official team sheet. Check out Leicester’s number 28 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/CP9oBiuTdb
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) January 6, 2019
Newport themselves then replied to the BBC man.
— Newport County AFC (@NewportCounty) January 6, 2019
After the game, poor old Lineker was then serenaded by the Newport fans with a ‘Gary, Gary, what’s the score?’ chant…
— Ian Wright (@IanWright0) 6 January 2019
I doubt he gave a flying Fuchs about that though, to be honest.