GARY LINEKER was left utterly confused after a black square appeared on the screen towards the end of BBC’s Euro 2020 coverage of Netherlands’ win over Austria.
The bizarre image came up with just a few minutes left and even bemused Lineker, who was presenting the match.
The bottom right portion of the screen appeared to be showing a different camera angleCredit: BBC
The glitch occurred several times towards the end of the matchCredit: BBC
Lineker was left baffled by the strange glitch on the BBC coverageCredit: BBC
As well as showing a black screen, the glitch on the BBC also mistakenly showed a different camera angle to what was on the main picture.
Those on social media were confused by the mix-up and took to Twitter to give their opinions.
One said: “What is it with the BBC screens during the euros?”
And another added: “The BBC’s entire coverage of #EURO2020 has been terrible.
“Commentating, presenting, picture quality and all round production. Just awful. Name me a bigger con than a TV licence.”
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And it was Dumfries who doubled their lead midway through the second half when Donyell Malen selflessly played the ball across for the rampaging right-back to tap home.
Frank de Boer’s side will face one of the third place qualifiers in the second round as they look to reach the quarter-finals for the first time since 2008.
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