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You may want to retract that! Newcastle Chronicle mistakes Fabio Borini’s goal celebration for a Nazi salute
Well this is embarrassing.
Eagle-eyes Sunderland supporters have flagged up a grievous error on the Newcastle Chronicle’s website which was made during the Black Cats’ derby win at St James’ Park on Saturday.
Sunderland broke the deadlock through Liverpool loanee striker Fabio Borini, and the young Italian forward is known for celebrating goals by placing his left hand in his mouth while thrusting his irght arm as far as it can extend.
Following the game one Sunderland fan was snapped in the streets performing the Borini celebration, however the Newcastle Chronicle made a horrible cock-up interpreting what the image was actually representing.
The offending entry has since been deleted from the website.
See how the Newcastle Chronicle confused Fabio Borini’s goal celebration for a Nazi salute below.
- Updated: February 2, 2014