The editor of the BBC Sport website has apologised to Ellis Genge after the England rugby player was confused with team-mate Lewis Ludlam in a story about race.
Genge, who has 15 England caps, was interviewed on 5live about anti-racism protestors pulling down the statue of slave trader Edward Colston in his home city of Bristol.
However, when the quotes were written up on the BBC Sport website, a photo of Ludlam and not Genge was used at the top of the story.
The prop, who plays his club rugby for Leicester Tigers, tweeted (below): “I’m actually fucked off with this happening to every mixed race/ black sportsperson. Must be the 15th time in less than a year just between me and Lewis Ludlam.”
Northampton flanker Ludlam responded: “I’m with Gengey on this one. Wrong mixed raced guy BBC Sport. Probably should be getting that right on an article about race issues. Not the first time this has happened.”