Bhatia was watching the game between Fulham and QPR, and he was shocked at the performance and the final result of his side.
Rangers were considered by many observers as favourites to win the London derby at Craven Cottage, but Chris Ramsey’s side suffered a 4-0 defeat in the Championship game.
Bhatia was following the match, and he has admitted on Twitter that he was close to tears at the collapse of QPR.
Watched the match with my little guy. Had to stay strong for him else I'd have been in tears too. Truly a night to forget.— Amit Bhatia (@Amit_Bhatia99) September 25, 2015
Fulham took the lead after just two minutes when French teenager Moussa Dembele rose to nod in James Husband's left-wing cross.
Ben Pringle doubled Fulham's advantage from 18 yards in the 19th minute, and Ross McCormack slotted home from inside the box to make it 3-0 just past the half-hour mark and scrambled in a fourth on 63 minutes.
Over the course of the 90 minutes at Craven Cottage, visiting QPR had 49% of the possession, took seven shots of which two were on target, and earned two corners.