Canada was positively kicked by Germany in a field hockey game at the Olympics on Saturday.
Luckily for the Great White North, all that most people could talk about were the names of two German players: Linus Butt and Florian Fuchs.
Canada was beaten 6-2 after goals from players — including Butt — shot the defending gold medallists to victory.
But the win was overshadowed when Butt stood next to Fuchs during the first period.
Naturally, social media went wild.
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GQ noted that if you multiply their jersey numbers by each other, you arrive at 69.
But Canadians can't escape the name game scot-free, either.
Almost every time the Olympics come up, people mock Richard "Dick" Pound, the Canadian founding president of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
This time, we're more than happy to pass that buck to Germany.