‘Who makes these terrible decisions’ – Sky Sports in fresh scoreboard blunder after making fans angry over new changes

SKY SPORTS came under fire last night following another scoreboard blunder.

Fans lashed out on social media during Friday’s Premier League opener between Crystal Palace and Arsenal at Selhurst Park as they hated the new scoreboard graphic.

The new graphic doesn’t include any letters, instead it only shows the clubs’ badges, the scoreline and the time.

And it didn’t go down well with the fans as they flooded Twitter to voice their disapproval.

One suporter tweeted: “Okay now show us the real scoreboard @SkySports that is awful.

Another posted: “Not into that new scoreboard at all. Bring back the letters.”

That is because it didn’t include any letters, instead it only showed the clubs’ badges, the scoreline and the time during the Gunners’ 2-0 victory.

This time, it was a Championship match that sparked outrage on social media.

Fans flooded Twitter during the clash between West Brom and Watford as Sky Sports’ new scoreline graphic didn’t show how much stoppage time was added on.

One fan tweeted: “So Prem games on Sky have that god awful scoreboard and EFL games have the normal one but they’re now not showing how much is added on. Who makes these terrible decisions.”

Another posted: “Are Sky Sports just not going to show how much extra time has been added on the scoreboard tonight.”

A third said: “Why are the sky graphics wrong with no added time?”

This fan wrote: “Why does Sky not show us how much added time there is?”

West Brom and Watford’s Championship clash ended with a 1-1 draw at the Hawthorns.

Ismaila Sarr opened the scoring for the Hornets after just 12 minutes after an incredible strike from inside his own half.

Karlan Grant equalised for the hosts just before half-time in the second minute of stoppage time.

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