(Getty Images)By Matt BonesteelJune 30, 2014By Matt BonesteelJune 30, 2014Share this storyThe Netherlands and Mexico staged a World Cup classic on Sunday, with the Dutch scoring two very late goals to advance to the quarterfinals and leave El Tri stunned.KLM, the national airline of the Netherlands, celebrated the win on Twitter. It went well. Support our journalism. Subscribe today ArrowRightSEE IT: @KLM takes parting shot at Mexico after Netherlands’ stunning #WorldCup comeback. http://t.co/BowfegtTfC pic.twitter.com/pWcNnWCRmT — New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) June 29, 2014KLM apologized on Twitter a few hours later. Aeromexico, meanwhile, kept it classy with a tweet in Spanish that read: “Thank you for this great championship, we are proud and hope to see you at home.” Gracias por este gran campeonato, estamos orgullosos y los esperamos en casa #VivaMéxico pic.twitter.com/GCE5u5Cj6r — Aeroméxico (@AeroMexico_com) June 29, 2014 GiftOutlineGift ArticleToday's HeadlinesThe most important news stories of the day, curated by Post editors and delivered every morning.