BT Sport Signal Fails During Crucial Final Minutes of London Derby | TV News
A win, draw, or a defeat football fans can stand, however a technical error by BT in the final crucial moments of a highly anticipated North London Derby sent even the calmest into a momentary meltdown.
The signal of the live broadcast from Saturday’s Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur match was lost with only three minutes of stoppage remaining, the game poised at 2-2. When the coverage did return, it lacked sound, the game ending without a scoreline showing.
Fans of both clubs let the station know of their disbelief, a BT spokesperson commenting:
“We are sorry for the temporary loss of picture and sound during our broadcast of the Tottenham versus Arsenal match this afternoon.
This was due to a loss of power at the stadium and we are continuing to investigate the root cause.”
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