Watch trainwreck Sky interview as Wales fans first SNUB reporter and then SWEAR after being asked to comment on Iran win

    ONE Wales fan snubbed a Sky reporter and another swore live on TV after their World Cup defeat to Iran.

    The Dragons’ hopes of reaching the Round of 16 are all-but over after they conceded twice in stoppage-time and lost 2-0.

    One Wales fan responded s'**t when asked for his verdict on the game

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    One Wales fan responded s’**t when asked for his verdict on the game
    Wales fans look dejected after watching their side lose to Iran

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    Wales fans look dejected after watching their side lose to IranCredit: Getty
    Wales players dropped to the floor after the game

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    Wales players dropped to the floor after the gameCredit: Reuters

    They were heading for a goalless draw, but a moment of madness from Wayne Hennessey gave Iran the upper hand.

    The Nottingham Forest stopper was sent off for a wild challenge on Mehdi Taremi outside his box.

    And Carlos Queiroz’s took full advantage after a quickfire double from Rouzbeh Cheshmi and Razmin Rezaeian saw them claim the win.

    Wales now MUST beat England on Monday and hope results to go their way to have any chance of progressing.

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    But ultimately, their first World Cup in 64 years is set to end at the first hurdle and the Red Wall were understandably disappointed.

    A couple of fans were particularly annoyed.

    Asked by a Sky reporter: “What is your reaction to the win?”

    He responded with “we lost!”.

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    He apologised, but the supporter wasn’t having any of it and walked away.

    Another was asked his thoughts and simply replied: “S**t”.

    It was the perfect response and summed up what was a day to forget for the Welsh.

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