Zenit St. Petersburg engages in Twitter war with Daily Mail over logo

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Today, The Daily Mail’s sports section decided to share its opinion on what they felt were the ugliest logos in world soccer. The inspiration for this article was Bundesliga club Wolfsburg’s crest, which isn’t exactly a shining beacon of soccer crest design.

The tweet that started it all
The tweet that started it all

However, the Daily Mail ended up incurring the wrath of an unintended target who was on their list: Russian club Zenit St. Petersburg. The Russian Giants noticed that their logo was on the list, and they were none too pleased about being there. As a result, they decided to fire back at The Daily Mail via Twitter, and they proceeded to throw a stone at The Mail’s glass house.

Zenit fires back at The Mail
Zenit fires back at The Mail

The exchange continued from there, with The Daily Mail claiming that Zenit’s old logo was better, while Zenit fired back with the same argument.

The Mail tries to make up for their attack
The Mail tries to make up for their attack
Zenit wasn't having it, though.
Zenit wasn’t having it, though.

So, did Zenit St. Petersburg manage to defend the honor of their logo? Judging by the following tweet, I’d say that they did.

Following your Twitter opponent is the white flag of Twitter wars
Following your Twitter opponent is the white flag of Twitter wars

The main question here is this, though: Do you think that Zenit’s logo deserves to be on The Daily Mail’s list of ugly soccer crests? What’s the ugliest soccer crest in the world in your opinion? Did The Daily Mail get totally owned here? Let us know how you feel about all of this.