David Moyes and Frank Lampard accidentally managed the wrong teams ahead of Everton’s clash with West Ham on Sunday.
The two bosses were tasked with getting their sides out of the Goodison Park tunnel and onto the pitch while wearing wreaths.
These were laid in the center circle as part of the tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who died last week.
After a clear confusion in the tunnel, Lampard edged out Declan Rice and the West Ham side, while Moyes led his former club Everton onto the pitch.
Fortunately, Hammers skipper Rice could be seen talking quietly to his manager as they walked onto the pitch, leading to Moyes and Lampard gently swapping places.
They then laid the wreaths in the middle of the Goodison Park pitch before entering a minute’s silence in tribute to the Queen.
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This led to another heartwarming moment when Vitaliy Mykolenko was pictured giving his jacket to a cold young mascot on the pitch.
This was followed by a moving rendition of God Save The King as football fans paid their respects ahead of the Queen’s state funeral on Monday morning.