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World Cup 2014: Wayne Rooney's Son Kai In Tears As He Watches Dad Lose To Uruguay

14/08/2014 17:02 | Updated 20 May 2015

World Cup 2014: Kai Rooney has a cry as he watches dad Wayne lose to Uruguay

Little Kai Rooney couldn't hide his despair as England lost to Uruguay last night – despite his dad Wayne scoring a goal.

Four-year-old Kai sat on his granddad Tony's knee in the Sao Paulo stadium as he watched his dad with mum Coleen and little brother Klay, one, seated close by.

But despite seeing Wayne score his first ever World Cup goal, they and millions of other fans both in Brazil and back home were left disappointed to the point of tears.

Better get used to it, son: this is all part of being an England fan!

World Cup 2014: Kai Rooney has a cry as he watches dad Wayne lose to Uruguay

Moments after the game Coleen - who was criticised for flying her sons to Brazil this week - took to her Twitter account to say: "Gutted with the score, but so pleased @WayneRooney scored and his boys were here to see it!!"

After losing their opening game to Italy, England are now rooted to the bottom of Group D following Liverpool striker Luis Suarez's two goals in Sao Paulo to give Uruguay a 2-1 win.

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