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BBC accidentally show X-rated Liverpool banner before it’s allegedly removed by stewards

The BBC accidentally show an X-rated Liverpool banner before it’s allegedly removed by stewards at Saturday evening’s FA Cup Final.

Viewers tuning in for the game were left surprised and in hysterics after getting set for the showpiece event, only to come across the BBC panning the camera onto a football fan’s banner.

This was a cartoon looking Mohamed Salah, with some pyramids and two camels appearing to be having sex, with one of them thrusting so hard that it’s glasses fall off, yeah we haven’t a clue either.

After noticing what was on the banner, the cameraman quickly cut away, but it was on our television screens long enough for Twitter users to get a screen grab of it.

Social media reacted as BBC accidentally show the hilarious yet random X-rated Liverpool banner before it’s allegedly removed by stewards…

@Richbecks27: Have liverpool fans really got a mo salah banner showing him wearing sandals, with two camels shagging in the background?

@jamesandrews10: Not sure the cameraman noticed the shagging camels in the background of that Salah banner… #FACupFinal

@IBES16: lol, TV focused on Salah caricature and didn’t notice the camels having sex in the background

@jollofSancho: Ayooo did anyone see that Salah banner with the camels behind? 😭

@Sudi_Utd: Someone had a banner of Salah in the desert but with camels fvcking eachother in the background 😂

@DoPradista: Why is there a banner at the cup final with 2 camels shagging? Like is this meant to be a supportive gesture for Salah? I’m so confused.

@Meefloaf: Dear lord. Saw two adults holding shitty scribbled on pieces of paper asking for players shirts, 25th minute🤦‍♂️. Now just seen the scousers with a giant banner of a caricature of Mo Salah in the desert, two camels shagging in the background 🤦‍♂️

@SGoutheway: What is wrong with Liverpool fans

@_jwardy78: Strangest club ever, who even thinks that’s a good idea

@ForeverOUFC: Just watching the cup final and BBC randomly show a cartoon banner with two camels having sex behind mo salah, things i didn’t expect to see lol like dafuq is that all about?

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Meanwhile, Liverpool fans have been condemning for booing Prince Williams and the national anthem.

As usual, ‘God Save The Queen’ was sung before kick-off at the national stadium alongside ‘Abide With Me’, however Liverpool fans booed both, though this is something Liverpool fans have done for years.

Twitter users questioned why Reds’ supporters hold such a grudge for the tune but it appears that the booing goes as far back as the 1980s after severe opposition to the Conservative government at the time, as well as the Hillsborough tragedy fallout

Those on Merseyside slam the current Government over their welfare, with foodbanks outside of both Anfield and Goodison a regular feature and donations galore come in on matchdays.

Liverpool supporters also hold up ‘Scouse Not English’ signs at home matches.

Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle said on the booing: ‘I utterly condemn any fans who booed Prince William at Wembley today.

‘The FA Cup final should be an occasion when we come together as a country. It should not be ruined by a minority of fans’ totally shameful behaviour. In this year of all years – the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee – this is dreadful.’

Tory MP and former Culture Secretary Karen Bradley said: ‘It is utterly unacceptable and disgraceful that fans booed Prince William. I would urge the FA to take all necessary action and pursue those responsible.’

Sir Ed Davey, leader of the Lib Dems said: ‘We have the most wonderful Monarch and those fans who booed do not represent their clubs or our country.’

Former BBC Royal Correspondent Michael Cole described the jeering as ‘disgraceful and deplorable’ and called for the FA to take action.

He also criticised commentators for failing to mention the Liverpool fans’ ‘repulsive behaviour’.

Speaking to The Mail on Sunday, the broadcaster said: ‘There is no excuse for that sort of behaviour. I’ve been a football fan for 67 years, and I’ve never heard such a thing.

‘We don’t want sycophancy in this country, but we want respect. And respect is due to the head of state.

‘Respect is due to the Queen, particularly at 96 when the whole world has been celebrating the fact that, after not being able to attend the State Opening of Parliament, she was at least able to go to the Royal Windsor Horse Show yesterday. So it’s bad manners.’

Prince William, who is the president of the FA, faced both sets of players ahead of kick-off

‘Respect is due to the Queen, particularly at 96 when the whole world has been celebrating the fact that, after not being able to attend the State Opening of Parliament, she was at least able to go to the Royal Windsor Horse Show yesterday. So it’s bad manners.’

Prince William handed out the medals after the match, with no more boos reported, instead Liverpool fans sang Dua Lipa’s hit song ‘One Kiss’ and cheered.

The game itself saw Liverpool repeat their Carabao Cup penalty shoot-out win over Chelsea with more success from the spot; Tsimikas hit home the decisive penalty after Mount’s effort was saved by Alisson though there are some concerns with Salah and van Dijk forced off injured.

How the penalty shoot-out went

  • Alonso scores, Milner scores
  • Azpilicueta hits post, Thiago scores
  • James scores, Firmino scores
  • Barkley scores, Alexander-Arnold scores
  • Jorginho scores, Mane penalty saved
  • Ziyech scores, Jota scores
  • Mount penalty saved, Tsimikas scores

Player Ratings

Chelsea: Mendy (8), Chalobah (7), Silva (8), Rudiger (7), James (8), Jorginho (8), Kovacic (7), Alonso (8), Mount (7), Pulisic (6), Lukaku (5).

Subs: Kante (6), Ziyech (7), Azpilicueta (5), Loftus-Cheek (6), Barkley (7)

Liverpool: Alisson (9), Alexander-Arnold (8), Konate (8), Van Dijk (7), Robertson (7), Thiago (8), Henderson (7), Keita (7), Salah (6), Mane (7), Diaz (9).

Subs: Jota (7), Milner (7), Matip (7), Tsimikas (7), Firmino (7)

Man of the Match: Luis Diaz (Liverpool)

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel: “Like in the last final, in the Carabao Cup, it’s no regrets. I told the team I’m proud.

“We were sure that we would be competitive and make life very difficult for Liverpool. We did it again. We struggled in the first 15 minutes but then we were excellent for the whole match. We got to 0-0 against maybe the best attacking team in the world and we also created a lot of chances. We deserved it, as they deserved it as well, but again we lose on penalties.

“We are very disappointed of course. We are sad but at the same time proud.

“I was sure we would win today. I was sure before and I was sure during the match that momentum was on our side. I was sure until the very last minute but unfortunately I was not right. I have to digest it and keep on going. That’s life in sports.

“We have everything it takes to win trophies, we proved it. We have a Club World Cup and a European Super Cup and I don’t feel sorry this was at the beginning of the season and in winter.

“We were good in Champions League, strong in both domestic cups, we can produce peak performances and we have the mentality in the club to shape the mentality of the players, but Man City and Liverpool have shown you need this on a consistency.”

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp: “Outstanding, it was an incredible, intense game against Chelsea – they would have deserved it exactly the same way, like in the Carabao Cup. That’s how small the margins are.

“I couldn’t be more proud of my boys, the shift they put in, how hard they fought, the early changes. I think Virgil is fine, but his muscle was hurt.

“All of these things, missing good chances, overcoming good moments from Chelsea, then having really good moments ourselves…

“Then in the penalty shoot-out, it was nerve-racking, my nails are gone but I really feel for Chelsea. For the second time, 120 minutes and you get nothing, that’s too hard. But for us I’m pretty happy.

“We are mentality monsters but there were mentality monsters in blue as well – it was one penalty. Chelsea played outstanding but in the end there must be one winner and that was us today.”

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