Sky Sports apologizes for & # 39; technical errors & # 39; while playing Last Post for the derby of Sheffield

Sky Sports apologizes for & # 39; technical errors & # 39; while playing Last Post for the derby of Sheffield

  • Sky Sports apologized for & # 39; technical errors & # 39; while playing Last Post
  • Some viewers heard what seemed to be public noise for the derby of Sheffield
  • The game ended scoreless, with Sheffield United missing a penalty of the first half

Press club Sportstaf

Sky Sports apologized after a number of viewers complained about interference while playing before the Last Post game for the derby of Sheffield.

Instead of hearing the trumpet call for the ceasefire on Sunday, some people heard what seemed like noise from the crowd, with those who claimed silence had been observed.

Sky has the problem on a & # 39; technical error & # 39; asked.

Sky Sports apologized after a number of viewers complained about interference during the pre-match of the Last Post for the derby of Sheffield.

Sky Sports apologized after a number of viewers complained about interference during the pre-match of the Last Post for the derby of Sheffield.

One explanation was: & # 39; We are aware that some viewers have experienced audio problems during the last post of The Sheffield derby, we apologize without reservation for this technical error. & # 39;

The game on Bramall Lane ended with 0-0, while goalkeeper Cameron Dawson of Sheffield saved a penalty from Sheffield United's David McGoldrick in the 15th minute.

In a statement Sky Sports said that they fully & amp; for the mistake

In a statement Sky Sports said that they fully & amp; for the mistake

In a statement Sky Sports said that they fully & amp; for the mistake

The result means that Sheffield United is in second place in the championship, one point drift away from league-leader Leeds, who played a game less.

Sheffield Wednesday, meanwhile, his 17th and his five games went without profit.

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