Hilarious moment Sky reporter asks WELSH fan about World Cup ‘victory’ following 2-0 defeat to Iran

A Wales fan gave a frank but express one-word verdict of the group’s World Cup defeat to Iran right this moment to a reporter broadcasting reside on Sky News, after the journalist had requested one other fan what he considered ‘the win’.

In the section broadcast exterior the Ahmad Bin Ali stadium, reporter Alistair Bunkall approaches a bunch of dismayed Wales followers as they hurriedly depart the grounds following the group’s 2-0 defeat to Iran.

Placing his hand on a supporter’s shoulder as he passes, Bunkall asks: ‘Guys, sorry, you are reside on Sky News. Do you could have any response to the win?’

As the fan continues to stroll with out stopping for Bunkall, he appears on the reporter within the face and says: ‘We lost.’

‘We lost,’ Wales fan tells Sky News reporter Alistair Bunkall after he asks him what he thinks about ‘the win’ on November 25, 2022

‘Er, sh*t,’ a second fan replies when requested his views on Wales’ 2-0 defeat on November 25, 2022

Sky News reporter Alistair Bunkall raises his hand and appears into the digital camera to apologise for a Wales fan’s express one-word evaluate of group’s loss

Realising his mistake, Bunkall replies: ‘Sorry, response to the loss. Apologies.’

The fan ignores Bunkall and walks away, earlier than the reporter makes an attempt to question one other fan behind him who seems to be a part of the identical group.

‘Reaction to the loss?’ he asks.

‘Er, sh*t,’ the second fan says as he continues to stroll away, seemingly keen to get away from the reporter.

Bunkall then appears into the digital camera and raises his hand, saying: ‘Apologies for the language.’

Wales’ World Cup dream got here crashing down earlier right this moment after two harm time targets from Iran condemned them to the 2-0 defeat, in a match filled with drama on and off the pitch.

Goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey was despatched of for a reckless problem as he tried to intercept a protracted ball and ended up kicking an Iranian participant within the face.

Wales’ Wayne Hennessey fouls Iran’s Mehdi Taremion November 25, 2022 at Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium

Wayne Hennessey of Wales is proven a pink card by referee Mario Alberto Escobar Toca throughout the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group B match between Wales and IR Iran at Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium on November 25, 2022

Hennessey’s pink card makes him the primary participant to be despatched off on the 2022 event, and the third goalkeeper in World Cup historical past to be dismissed. 

Iran had earlier struck each posts inside seconds of one another earlier than deservedly taking all three factors.

Wales have been fortunate not to be behind after struggling within the first half in opposition to Iran and had a purpose in opposition to them disallowed for offside.

Shortly after half-time it was hearts in mouth once more for Wales as Iran struck each posts inside seconds of one another.

Iran’s Sardar Azmoun smacked one publish from shut vary, earlier than Ali Gholizadeh curled an effort from exterior the field in opposition to the opposite.

The Wales boss hauled Aaron Ramsey off the pitch and changed him with back-up stopper Danny Ward, and will likely be left with a range headache for his or her last Group B conflict in opposition to England.

Ahead of the 2-0 victory, an Iranian soccer fan was pictured in floods of tears as his nation’s nationwide anthem was booed and jeered within the stadium.

Iran gamers line up throughout their nationwide anthem earlier than their match in opposition to Wales on November 25, 2022

An Iranian soccer fan is pictured in floods of tears on November 25, 2022 as his nation’s nationwide anthem is booed and jeered in Qatar’s Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium

Much consideration was being paid to the Iranian anthem forward of right this moment’s match in opposition to Wales, after the gamers refused to sing it on Monday earlier than their conflict with England, apparently in help of the present girls’s rights protests in Iran.

Today, the gamers gave a muted rendition of Iran’s anthem after they have been threatened with retribution for ‘insulting’ the nation on Monday, however followers within the stadium made their emotions clear about the Tehran regime by jeering the track.

Wales’ defeat to Iran may have come as an enormous blow to Wales supporters, as this was the group’s first time to have taken half within the World Cup in 64 years.

Schools in Wales have been even given permission to droop classes to permit pupils to watch the historic sport in opposition to Iran.

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