A ‘gutted’ Wayne Rooney apologizes after England’s early ouster from World Cup

Images can't be used in books or away in a form of mobile warning services or downloads though before capitulation from FIFAJulian Finney/Getty Images A morose Wayne Rooney walks off a margin after England’s 2-1 detriment to Uruguay during a World Cup.

Despite giving England a usually spark of wish opposite Uruguay, a Wayne Rooney has apologized for England’s gloomy opening in a World Cup.

Rooney pronounced a organisation was “devastated” meaningful a organisation won’t allege out of a organisation theatre during a World Cup for a initial time in 56 years. The Three Lions mislaid to Italy and Uruguay and will play a incomprehensible diversion opposite Costa Rica on Tuesday.

“Going into any diversion we had good faith in ourselves though unfortunately it hasn’t worked out,” Rooney posted on his Facebook page. “Sorry to all a fans that trafficked and during home that we haven’t finished better…gutted!”

Rooney shouldn’t have to apologize, according to former Germany star Michael Ballack.

“For me a usually actor who looked like creation a disproportion for England was Rooney,” Ballack wrote of a Manchester United star in an essay for a Times of London. “He is a usually one who can harm teams, and a usually one who is unequivocally world-class. Some people are observant he should be dropped, that is crazy.

“Despite all these problems England demeanour improved than they did dual years ago and Roy Hodgson should build his organisation around Rooney and tell them to do all they can to play for him.”

England captain Steven Gerrard (l.) comes underneath complicated criticism, including from Michael Ballack.BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images England captain Steven Gerrard (l.) comes underneath complicated criticism, including from Michael Ballack.

Ballack wasn’t as kind to Rooney’s teammate Steven Gerrard.

“I’m always tender when we watch Steven Gerrard for Liverpool — as we was when we played opposite him for Chelsea — though he’s not a same actor for England,” Ballack wrote in a Times piece.

“He only doesn’t have a same change on matches. He should have a same station as he is a captain in both teams, though with England he is not a same.

“It might be since he has — and feels — too most responsibility. At Liverpool he has other players to do a using for him so he can combine on organising his team-mates and there is a common responsibility. He is personification within a transparent structure and to a set philosophy, that brings a best out of him.

“When Gerrard plays for England he only passes a round from side to side. He doesn’t get forward. Maybe he’s sleepy now after a formidable season, though it has been a problem for a while.”

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