British advertisers took advantage of the Ukrainian goal

21 June 2012 17:40  33915102 015581
British advertisers took advantage of the Ukrainian goal

On the pages of the British newspaper The Guardian appeared an advertising in which was used the Ukrainian’s team goal in the gate of English team.

This was reported by ZhZh-user Mark Hryhorian.

The photo depicts the goal, and beneath, it is written in Ukrainian ‘You should have to go to Specsavers’ and below the postscript in English ‘As it is said in Ukraine’.

It is offered to book the eyesight test under the text.

As The Daily Mail newspaper writes, the company has expanded this advertising in a few British publications.

The company Specsavers sells glasses and contact lenses.

As it is known that, after the Hungarian referee Viktor Kashshai did not enroll the goal on Tuesday appeared ‘photoshop contests’ with a call to buy glasses to the referee and accusations that he is blind. 

Ukrainska Pravda

Tags: advertising, Euro 2012, Kashshai

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