Tottenham misses mark with gift to Wayne Gretzky

Canadian hockey legend Wayne Gretzky received a gift from the Tottenham Hotspur Football Team - too bad they didn't spell check.

Great One's last name misspelled

Tottenham Hotspur Football team gives former NHL great Wayne Gretzky a misspelled jersey on Wednesday. (Twitter.com/SpursOfficial)

The Great One, Wayne Gretzky, took in some classic footie while in the UK, making his way to a Hotspur-Arsenal game on Wednesday evening. 


While Gretzky made sure to get a lesson in Hotspur respect by veering away from Arsenal colours, it seems as though Tottenham may have missed the mark just a little… 


That's right, the jersey reads "Gretsky" rather than "Gretzky" but number 99 took it all with a grain of salt.


Would something like this ever happen in the Great White North? Sound off below.

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