- TNT’s Europa League coverage was hit by technical difficulties on Thursday
- Viewers took to social media to criticise the poor sound quality on the broadcast
- Listen to the latest episode of Mail Sport’s podcast ‘It’s All Kicking Off!’
TNT’s broadcast of Manchester United‘s win over Copenhagen was hit by a crackling noise which could be heard at various points throughout their coverage.
The issues appeared to have not been resolved during Thursday’s clash as strange sounds could be heard for a few minutes in the first half.
Many fans were left fuming by the problems with several taking to social media to voice their displeasure.
‘Sort the sound out for the Liverpool game.’ One wrote on X, formerly Twitter. ‘Sounds like an echo on everything. Not exactly cheap to pay for this awful service.’
Many viewers fumed on social media about the issues which affected the first half of the game
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TNT’s coverage of the Champions League was hit by technical difficulties on Tuesday
Another wrote: ‘Please sort out the sound on the Liverpool game, the distortion is wild!!!!!’
‘What’s going on with the sound on the Liverpool game?’ Wrote one viewer. ‘Sounds like a DJ attempting a remix…badly.’
On Tuesday, the poor sound quality wasn’t the only issue on the night as pundit Paul Scholes’s microphone cut out during the build up to the match.
Presenter Laura Woods dealt with it well while Scholes pretended to throw the faulty microphone away.
However, during Thursday’s game the problems were resolved before the end of the first half.