West Ham United 0-3 Burnley.

West Ham United got their defeat by 3-0 to Burnley was defaced by terrible scenes on and off the pitch as stewards at the London Stadium neglected to prevent irate supporters from mounting incensed dissents against the club’s profoundly disagreeable board.

United, who are three points over the last three after three back to back defeat, would pay for their absence of savagery in the assault after the interim. Sean Dyche rolled out a motivated assaulting improvement right on time in the second half, supplanting Jeff Hendrick with Chris Wood, and Burnley had just been undermining when the substitute made the opening objective in the 66th moment. Wood played the ball back to Ashley Barnes, who slammed Burnley’s first beneficial endeavour past the returning Joe Hart.

The disposition quickly went bad. A fan kept running on to the pitch, with security neglecting to react satisfactorily, and conflicted with Noble, who tossed him to the ground. While that fan was driven away, two more kept running on to the pitch. Others spilt out of the ground, the primary against board serenades began and, just to remind everybody that a football coordinate was occurring, Burnley scored again in the 70th moment, Wood turning a free ball past Hart.

Chris Wood
Wood scoring his second goal for Burnley

Wood scored once more, profiting by a blunder by Hart, however, consideration had swung to the scene before the executives’ crate, where several fans made their disappointment clear, slamming into hoardings and effortlessly overpowering the modest bunch of stewards in the territory. There were more pitch attacks. One fan grabbed a corner banner and it was quite a while before police walked on to the edge of the pitch.

Fan coming with a corner flag, interrupting the game.
Fan coming with a corner flag, interrupting the game.