BBC Breakfast viewers 'switch off' as they share big complaint about morning report | The Sun

BBC Breakfast viewers 'switched off' as they all shared the same complaint about this morning's report.

Journalists Sally Nugent, 51, and Jon Kay, 53, returned to our screens today for another instalment of the show.

After England and Wales' recent success in the FIFA World Cup yesterday, the pair couldn't help discussing it on air.

England beat Iran 6-2, while Wales fans celebrated as they watched their side score their first goal at the football event since 1958.

Sally and Jon caught up with reporter John Maguire live from Qatar, where the football competition is being held, and chatted about the great news.

However viewers watching at home seem to be getting a little fed up the constant coverage of the World Cup.

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One said on Twitter: "#BBCBreakfast – here's an idea. What about reporting some actual real world news? What about reporting more on the really brave Iranians who did not sing their national anthem and why? The more I hear of your football reporting, the less I like it. Less is more."

Another added: "#BBCBreakfast WHY IS FOOTBALL THE MAIN NEWS ? THE SPORTS CAN BE A 5 MINUTE SECTION AT THE END."

"4 weeks of this football sh**. I can't cope. #BbcBreakfast," a third chimed in.

Yesterday viewers were left in floods of tears as rugby ace Kevin Sinfield gave an emotional interview on the show.

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The Leeds Rhinos legend, 41, completed his Ultra 7 in 7, which saw him run from Murrayfield in Edinburgh to Manchester United’s Old Trafford in seven days.

Joining presenters Jon Kay and Sally Nugent on Monday morning, Kevin said it had been a "tough" week but was proud of his achievements, in a bid to raise money and awareness for people living with motor neurone disease.

Viewers were left teary-eyed after watching the touching report.

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One wrote: "[email protected] Now I have to redo my eye makeup! #kevinsinfield#robburrow#MND"

Another posted: "@sallynugent @BBCBreakfast @Rob7Burrow thanks that's me in tears again. What a legend Kevin is."

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