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Watch: Angry West Ham Fan Loses The Plot After Crystal Palace Draw

Mikey Traynor
By Mikey Traynor
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West Ham United fans would have left London's Olympics Stadium last week with that sinking feeling in their stomach after a damaging 3-0 loss to Brighton & Hove Albion on live TV.

They would have felt even worse a few days later as Slaven Bilic's men found themselves 2-0 down to Spurs before half-time in the Carabao Cup, but after a stunning second half saw them come from behind to win 3-2, there was hope that such a fine result could be catalyst for the Hammers kickstarting their season.

That looked to be the case on Saturday afternoon as goals from Javier Hernandez and Andre Ayew saw them lead basement dwellers Crystal Palace 2-0 at the break, but unfortunately it was not to be. Palace got back into the game via a penalty shortly after the second half kicked off, and then claimed a dramatic 97th minute leveller through Wilfried Zaha.


The West Ham fans would have been gutted, and angry, but one supporter let his emotions get the better of him while talking to West Ham Fan TV in what quickly descended into an aggressive rant about anything he could think of.

We come all the way up here...

To Selhurst Park? That's about an hour on the train, 40 minutes by car from West Ham's stadium.


Couple that with an odd sense of entitlement regarding the shirts that the players were wearing, and it makes for one odd rant. The poor interviewer does not look like he enjoyed being there.

West Ham have some big issues that need to be solved, and pressure continues to mount on Slaven Bilic, so all eyes will be on London Stadium as the Hammers welcome Liverpool next week.


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