UEFA are facing unwanted “fix” claims after a Twitter blunder appeared to suggest Real Madrid would face Inter Milan in the Champions League final.
The Spanish giants take on Manchester City in tonight’s semi-final second leg at the Etihad.
The tie is in the balance after the pair drew 1-1 in Madrid last week.
But fans were left scratching their heads when a Uefa tweet offering the opportunity to win tickets to the final listed Real Madrid and Inter as the teams taking part.
One Twitter user instantly responded: “Rigged.”
While a second huffed: “Nothing new with Madrid.”
And a third even joked: “Help is coming.”
The official Uefa Twitter account also appeared to post a tweet listing City and Inter, suggesting that their Twitter admin had accidentally jumped the gun on posting pre-prepared tweets.
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