In typical Daily Mail fashion, the online publication decided to stir up some trouble by ranking the 10 worst logos in football, pulling no punches as they tore down the likes of Wolfsburg, Napoli, Melbourne Victory, NY Red Bulls and Newell’s Old Boys among others. However, when Zenit St. Petersburg found out they were on the list, the Russian giants took serious umbrage and decided to give the Daily Mail a taste of their own medicine.
Responding on Twitter to the scathing description of their logo, Zenit replied on Twitter with a post of their “Ten worst newspaper badges ever” and of course the selection was very topical:
Naturally, the Daily Mail tried to make a half-hearted apology – proposing that the team were more successful with their prior logo, but the Zenit social media team were having none of it.
— MailOnline Sport (@MailSport) April 12, 2016
— ?? «?????» (@zenit_spb) April 12, 2016
Somebody get the Daily Mail a bucket of ice water, because they got burned today.
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