A Dutch national airline named KLM were reportedly left red-faced following a huge PR own goal on Twitter after Netherlands last-minute 2-1 World Cup win over Mexico in the last 16 stage.
Netherlands' Klaas-Jan Huntelaar scored a goal deep into stoppage team in a penalty for a foul by Mexican captain Rafael Marquez on Dutch winger Arjen Robben to put his team into the quarterfinal stage, tied against Costa Rica.
According to Metro.co.uk, despite Marquez's foul looking clear; Robben's exaggerated reaction to it drew heavy criticism from many watching fans on social media.
— Jussi Pullinen (@JussiPullinen) June 29, 2014
KLM found themselves to be the target of fans' anger for the poorly timed mocking of the Mexican team, despite deleting the post soon after it was sent, the report added.
— Aeroméxico (@AeroMexico_com) June 29, 2014