The sound guy during the Mexico vs. Uruguay match in the Copa América Centenario has probably never fucked up that bad in his life.
Nobody died, which is the good news.
The bad news is that he had ONE JOB and failed miserably.
Instead of playing Uruguay’s national anthem before the game, he played Chile’s.
Oops. Oh well, it only cost Uruguay three goals…
Hearing that wasn’t the Uruguayan national anthem. Uruguayan press not at all happy in the press box. Rightly so.
— Tom Marshall (@mexicoworldcup) June 6, 2016
Luis Suarez has bitten men for less than that. If I were the sound guy, I’d wear one of those dog resistant bite suits that they train military dogs with for the remainder of the tournament, just to be safe.
Still not as bad as when the Kuwait Olympic Committee played Borat’s fake national anthem instead of Kazakhstan’s actual national anthem:
Or the time they nearly played a Linkin Park song instead of Malta’s national anthem:
That guy almost blew it big time, but in the end, it doesn’t even matter…