Football fans turned on BT Sport after the broadcasters suffered a series of problems with their Champions League final stream.
The broadcasters, who own the rights for Champions League matches, vowed to stream Europe’s showpiece event for free on Saturday night.
This meant that those who were not subscribers could watch one of the most highly-anticipated finals on these shores for some time, given both Liverpool and Tottenham were to contest it.
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But problems became immediately apparent for those fans - with a number raising issues over the quality of the live stream.
— Oz Koca (@Ozkoca1) June 1, 2019
Streaming quality of Champions League final on YouTube is atrocious. @btsport really need to sort it out. This is why huge sporting events should be free to air on TV.
— Glenn Williams (@GRW810) June 1, 2019
‘What it would look like if you had magic mushrooms’
— FootballJOE (@FootballJOE) June 1, 2019
— The Football Attic (@FootballAttic) June 1, 2019
‘Windows XP frame lag’
— Jon Stark (@mofahim_) June 1, 2019
— Allan Smith (@AllanSmith80) June 1, 2019