See the glaring error made by BBC sport reporter about Raheem Sterling and Man United
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Well, we are all humans, and that means one thing for sure - we are all prone to mistakes.
Even the best and most well trained professionals have the tendency to make some errors once in a while.
This was the case, as a BBC Sport presenter made a HUGE error in a presentation.
The British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC, have apologized for a mistake made concerning Raheem Sterling.
BBC Presenter Fiona Bruce wrongly described Sterling - who plays for Manchester City - as a player of Manchester United while making a report.
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. She said: "The aim is to help BAME players move into full-time coaching roles in the professional game.
"The scheme has been welcomed by some prominent black players including England and Manchester United star Raheem Sterling and Watford captain Troy Deeney.”
The error, as expected, didn't go down too well with fans online, and the BBC has had to apologize for the mix-up.
The error was made when Fiona Bruce was reporting on a scheme which was announced by the Premier League, English Football League and Professional Footballers' Association, concerning future coaching opportunities to be given to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnicity (BAME) coaches.