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Dutch Airline KLM Troll Mexico After World Cup Comeback Win for Netherlands

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Will TideySenior Manager, GlobalJune 29, 2014

Mexico suffered a painful defeat in their World Cup last-16 tie with the Netherlands—conceding twice in the waning minutes to lose 2-1.

After the match ended, Dutch airline KLM wasted no time in posting this trolling on its Twitter account.

Ouch.

UPDATE: Shortly after posting, KLM deleted the tweet. Thankfully we grabbed the screenshot seen above.

UPDATE PT 2: Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal did not appreciate the tweet one bit. Here's his NSFW reaction:  

via @KLM



AeroMexico had the final say, however, with a classy message of support to their own team. 

In Spanish, they thank the team for their efforts, adding that they are proud and waiting for them at home. 

Gracias por este gran campeonato, estamos orgullosos y los esperamos en casa #VivaMéxico pic.twitter.com/GCE5u5Cj6r

— Aeroméxico (@AeroMexico_com) June 29, 2014

[Twitter]

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