As a Barcelona legend, Andres Iniesta should be well aware of the bitter rivalry between the Catalan giants and fellow La Liga heavyweights Real Madrid.
The two superpowers have been locked in a continuous battle for bragging rights in Spain and any blunder by either side's players, where their opponents are concerned anyway, would likely lead to a baying mob from their respective fanbases.
Cue a baffling post from veteran playmaker Iniesta then, who posted an image of Real Madrid basketball star Sergio Llull on his social media accounts. Nothing to cause concern, right? Well how the 34-year-old accompanying the photograph with Los Blancos' famous phrase 'Hala Madrid'?:
'Whoops' doesn't even begin to explain the comical error on Iniesta's part. Thankfully - if that's the right word - it was Iniesta's social media managers who made the shocking gaffe and, after realising their mistakes, quickly deleted the post before publishing an apology on Iniesta's official Facebook page:
Unfortunately for Iniesta and his team, though, they were too slow in preventing the internet from screengrabbing the post. We think Iniesta will come in for some stick from Real's fans the next time these two colossi meet!
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