Welsh fans serve suitably foul-mouthed reply after being asked about their 'win'

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A Sky News reporter asked a group of football fans the entirely wrong question, and received a pretty blunt reply back.

Earlier today, Iran beat Wales in dramatic fashion at the World Cup on Friday with goals in the 98th minute and 101th minute securing a 2-0 win.

However, a Sky News reporter seemed to have missed the memo, as he asked some devastated Welsh fans sporting bright red t-shirts: ‘Guys, sorry you’re on Sky News, your reaction to the win?’

Most of the interviewees continued walking past the camera, looking pretty gutted as they walked away from the stadium in Doha, Qatar.

One however did highlight the blunder, bluntly saying: ‘We lost.’

As the reporter realised his mistake and quickly apologised, another fan walking behind simply summarised: ‘S**t’.

‘Apologies for the language,’ the reporter quickly added to the camera before swiftly moving on to try and find other fans.

Meanwhile in the background, in stark contrast to the devastated fans, music and cheering could be heard.

Viewers have been in hysterics over the clip as it makes its rounds on social media.

‘Honestly, hang it in the Louvre,’ one person wrote.

Another penned: ‘Well, that was.. hmm … awkward.’

Awkward indeed.

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