‘Wayne Rooney apologises for criticising England fans’

England striker Wayne Rooney has said sorry for remarks about England fans after Friday’s 0-0 draw with Algeria.

Some fans booed the team off the pitch after the final whistle, prompting Rooney to say into a television camera “nice to see your home fans booing.”

“I said things in the heat of the moment out of frustration of our performance and the result,” he said in a Football Association statement.

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