Fake Booking.com post about Sunderland AFC condemned by fans

The Black Cats suffered a 2-0 defeat by Luton at Kenilworth Road on Tuesday night (16 May) – resulting in a 3-2 aggregate defeat over two games.

Goals from Luton’s Gabriel Osho and Tom Lockyer went unanswered by Sunderland, who took a 2-1 lead from the Stadium of Light.

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The result means Sunderland must now spend another year in the Championship before seeking promotion to the Premier League again next season.

The entertaining football on the pitch throughout the season was the talk of many Sunderland fans – but it was an online post that was doing the rounds on social media and many were talking about after the club’s defeat last night.

The Northern Echo: The fake Booking.com post that appeared online last nightThe fake Booking.com post that appeared online last night (Image: SEND)

Shortly after the final whistle, a fake post pretending to be the online hotel service Booking.com went viral – and it wasn’t long before it went viral.

In the fake post, a message from Booking.com said: “We would like to apologize to all customers who are currently experiencing technical issues with our website.”

“We had an unexpectedly large number of cancellations of hotel bookings in London from customers in the Sunderland area, which caused our servers to crash.”

Since it was first published, the post has garnered thousands of comments and reactions, with the social media message dividing fans.

While some fans of both Newcastle United and Middlesbrough seemed to find the humorous side of the post, Sunderland fans and other North East football fans took a negative stance on the post.

Commenting on the post, one fan urged fans to “support the Northeast teams,” while another called the post “childish.”

However, it’s worth noting that not everyone found the post negative. Some called it “brilliant fun between football fans”, while others called it a “brilliant creation”.

https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/sport/23528159.fake-booking-com-post-sunderland-afc-condemned-fans/?ref=rss Fake Booking.com post about Sunderland AFC condemned by fans


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