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Daily Mail criticises Zenit FC’s badge, football club responds brilliantly

The Daily Mail may have a long and proud history of offending people, but it appears to have just met its match.

Hours before Wolfsburg’s Champions League crunch clash with Real Madrid last night, MailOnline’s sports desk decided it would be fair game to make fun of the German team’s logo - which admittedly does resemble that of a fast food chain – by ranking the naffest logos in club football.

However, their mistake came by including that of Zenit St Petersburg, whose social media team didn’t take kindly to seeing their beloved crest mocked, and retorted with this superb reply.

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