The clash pitched one of Wales’ top sides against an in-form top-flight English team. The game was being hosted on the free-to-air Welsh language channel S4C, catching many viewers by surprise. S4C is a channel that mainly attracts native Welsh speakers. Despite the option to switch to English commentary using the red button, many new viewers were not fans of the authentic Welsh broadcasting experience. Some took to social media to express their surprise and discontent with the Welsh commentary.
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During the Bournemouth FA Cup match, the Cherries took a commanding 5-0 lead before half time, with goals from Lloyd Kelly, Alex Scott, Luis Sinisterra, David Brooks, and Dominic Solanke. Some viewers, particularly native Welsh speakers, expressed their discontent with the Swans’ heavy defeat, reflecting their upset with the result.