FIFA president Gianni Infantino was booed by fans after coming up on the camera during England’s World Cup win over Wales.
Infantino watched on as Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions qualified for the last 16 with a 3-0 victory.
The Swiss-Italian was all smiles up until he was met by a chorus of boos inside the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium in Qatar.
Infantino soon cut a disgruntled look as supporters made their feelings known.
Qatar has been heavily criticised for its stance on same-sex relationships, human rights record and treatment of migrant workers.
And Infantino came under fire after Fifa sided with Qatar over banning OneLove armbands which were to be worn by seven competing nations.
Teams were left to scrap wearing the idea amid fears of being BOOKED before matches even started.
The decision to block the armband prompted Germany players to covered their mouths during a team picture before losing their opener to Japan.
At one point, fans and journalists were even prevented from wearing rainbow-coloured clothing at matches.
But the decision was soon overturned, paving the way for Wales fans to wear their famous multi-coloured bucket hats.
Infantino kicked off the controversial Winter World cup launching an astonishing attack on the “racist” and “hypocritical” West.
He said: “This criticism is profoundly unjust. You don’t start accusing, fighting, insulting. You start engaging.
“We have heard many moral lessons from Europe and the western world.
“But for what we Europeans have done over the past 3,000 years we should apologise for the next 3,000 years before starting to give moral lessons here.
“Reform and change takes time. It took hundred of years in Europe.
“The only way to compare results is by engaging and dialogue, not by hammering and insults.”
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