Match of the Day secured quite the coup on Saturday night when they got Roy Hodgson to appear as a guest panellist on the show.
It was the first time that an active England manager has ever appeared as an analyst on Match of the Day as Hodgson was able to look ahead to England's two massive upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Montenegro and Poland.
However, if the BBC's captioning was to be believed, you might have expected Hodgson to have called himself up to latest England squad - what with him being 'The Premier League's all-time leading goalscorer' and all.
For the record, Hodgson has scored exactly the same amount of Premier Leagues goals as such luminaries as the Queen, Boutros Boutros-Ghali and former fattest man in Britain Paul Mason.
In other words none!
Indeed Hodgson, who only ever played non-league football in England, ended his modest playing career in 1976, a full 16 years before the Premier League even came into existence.
It is clear the BBC got their wires crossed and the Premier League goalscorer stat was meant for the man sitting beside Hodgson on the sofa Alan Shearer.
However, it was still an embarrassing gaffe from the Beeb who had made such a big deal about securing Hodgson for the show in the first place.
Especially as Hodgson only appeared after ending a feud with host Gary Lineker which stemmed from the latter having described England's recent performance against the Ukraine as "woeful", "awful" and "from the dark ages."
Not surprisingly Twitter users were all over the mistake as soon as it happened.
— Simon Shutt (@siquelme) October 5, 2013
Roy Hodgson, the top goalscorer of all time in the Premier League. This must be why Malmö FF named a stand after him. — Nine Knuckles (@Amozabael) October 5, 2013
Never knew this little stat. A beaut. pic.twitter.com/Nr8Snekwg2
— Cu Cu Curtis (@curty467) October 5, 2013