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The managing director of Hampden Park, which showed the South Korean flag instead of the North Korean one on the big screen before last night's match, has insisted Locog is to blame for the mistake:
David Cameron has said every effort will be made to ensure mistakes such as last night's Olympic flag mix-up never happen again.
The Prime Minister said the error in which the South Korean flag was wrongly shown instead of sworn enemy North Korea's at a football game was "an honest mistake" for which an apology has been issued.
Prime Minister David Cameron today said that the South Korean flag being wrongly shown on a big screen before the North Korean women's football match was "unfortunate and should not have happened".
Asked about Olympic security issues and the error over the North Korean team flag as he met Labour leader Ed Miliband in Westminster today, Mr Romney replied:
Fans were confused by the flag mix-up at first, but then turned to doing a Mexican wave and then booing, the Associated Press reports.
After 20 minutes had passed since the scheduled kick-off time, an announcement was made over the public address system apologizing for the delay and saying it "was due to an issue behind the scenes. We're trying to resolve it and we'll keep you updated."
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It happened in Glasgow and to use a Scottish sporting analogy, it was a bit like walking into Celtic Park wearing a Rangers shirt.
After the flag of North Korean was confused with that of South Korea at an Olympic football game, we ask: How well do you know your flags?