West Ham Stadium Announcer Mixes Up Matteo Guendouzi Substitution With David Luiz
By Mike Parrott
David Luiz was announced to come on against West Ham in the second-half, however, Matteo Guendouzi was the one coming on, much to the regret of the Arsenal announcer.
With Arsenal 3-1 up against West Ham United at the London Stadium, Arsenal Interim Manager wanted to rotate Granit Xhaka with a substitution, and was bringing on Matteo Guendouzi.
However, the announcer thought it was actually David Luiz.
⚒️ West Ham's players aren't the only ones having a nightmare tonight...- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) December 9, 2019
♂️ The stadium announcer said that David Luiz replaced Granit Xhaka when it was really Matteo Guendouzi pic.twitter.com/rwfCpNmX0e
The curly-haired duo can easily be mistaken with their Sideshow-Bob-esque hairstyles. And the Arsenal Stadium announcer won't have been the first to mix them up.
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Just unfortunately, his voice is echoed around the 60,000 London Stadium.
Announcer at London Stadium: "Leaving the field No.34 Granit Xhaka. He's replaced by No.23 David Luiz- James Benge (@jamesbenge) December 9, 2019
"Beg your pardon, No.29 Matteo Guendouzi."
An awkward moment as the stadium announcer says David Luiz has come on... when it's actually Matteo Guendouzi! :see_no_evil:- Arsenal (@Arsenal) December 9, 2019
:on: Guendouzi (not David Luiz)
⚒ 1-3 (87) pic.twitter.com/iMc8zb4Bml
Arsenal went on to win the game without David Luiz, beating West Ham United 3-1 with goals from Gabriel Martinelli, Nicolas Pepe, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
However, the Stadium Annoucer will now make his rounds on Twitter for the next couple days with the mic-up made on his behalf
Stadium announcer got David Luiz and Guendouzi mixed up. Bet they're actually the same person anyway. 1-3 (90)- ByTheMinute Premier League (@ByTheMinPL) December 9, 2019