Sky Sports slammed for editing Alfredo Morelos’ head on Glen Kamara’s body

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Sky Sports taken to town for photoshopping Alfredo Morelos in the lineup graphic before Dundee United clash

Sky Sports have been put to the sword recently on social media for a badly made line-up graphic in Rangers’ clash with Dundee United in the Scottish Premiership this season.

The defending champions of Scotland were up against Dundee United at a pulsating Tannadice, and in the build-up to the match, fans noticed that there was something wrong with Alfredo Morelos in the Rangers line-up graphic.

Morelos’ face seemed to be unimpressively photoshopped onto someone else’s body – as fans slammed the horrible creative work of the broadcasters in Sky.

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As Colombian striker Morelos lined up in the front of Steven Gerrard’s record-breaking Rangers side who walked the league so effortlessly last season, it was very evident that his face did not belong to a body of similar proportion.

Instead, it was roughly lodged on top of midfielder Glen Kamara’s body – summing up some extremely shabby creative work by Sky Sports that went viral amongst Rangers fans on Twitter

Sky were taken to the cleaners by fans who called the Photoshop job ‘creepy’, ‘unbelievable’ and a ‘f*cking joke.’

But as bad as the lineup graphic was, it would be an understatement to say that the worst part about the day for Rangers fans was not the awful Photoshop ability of the man in charge of making the line-up graphics.

Steven Gerrard’s men lost their first match in 41 Scottish Premiership games as they slumped to a 1-0 loss to the home side, courtesy of Jamie Robson’s goal just past the hour mark.

Rangers have now lost more games this season than they did for the entirety of the last season, and they will be hoping for a comeback to form as soon as possible.

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By Sagarneel Chakraborty

Living and breathing everything regarding the beautiful game for a decade. Avid follower of all things football, with a soft corner for the Blues.

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