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Rooney only "slightly" upset !


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A fuming Wayne Rooney tried to barge into the Portugal dressing room after England's penalty shootout defeat to Portugal, according to reports.


The Manchester United striker was incensed at the role of his club team-mate in his sending off and has reportedly vowed to "split him in two".


According to The Daily Mirror, a 'blazing mad' Rooney had to be restrained by his England team-mates before being bundled on to the team bus following the Three Lions' defeat on penalties.


But Rooney's fury was still threatening to explode the next morning. The Sun quotes an 'England insider' declaring: "At breakfast in the hotel this morning, Wayne said he would split him in two and smack him in the head. Who can blame him?


"He is determined to settle the score in his own way and there is nothing anyone can do about it."


Regardless of Ronaldo's involvement, Rooney's dismissal was sparked by an apparent loss of discipline when his frustration boiled over.


Ronaldo's future at Old Trafford seems less than certain, and following an earlier bust-up with striker Ruud van Nistelrooy, it would not come as a major surprise to see the Portuguese winger sold on.

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