CHRIS WOOD got here off the bench to encourage Burnley to victory – on a day of disgrace for the Hammers.
The Kiwi striker, on for Jeff Hendrick within the 61st minute, arrange Ashley Barnes for the opener 5 minutes later earlier than netting two himself.
However the recreation was marred by ugly scenes as West Ham’s followers protests towards their board turned nasty.
Hammers skipper Mark Noble wrestled one pitch invader to the bottom instantly after the Barnes’ strike.
INVADED West Ham followers invade pitch as Gold and Sullivan are advised to depart London Stadium for their very own security
Thugs then brawled with stewards as a whole lot of followers stormed an empty concourse in entrance of the administrators’ field to protest towards chairmen David Gold and David Sullivan and vice-chairman Karren Brady.
Indignant supporters chanted “The place’s our cash gone?” and “Get out of our membership” in addition to aiming private abuse on the three execs.
One other protestor obtained on the pitch, ripped up a nook and tried to position it within the centre circle earlier than Burnley star tripped one other Hammers’ yob who ran on to the sphere after the Clarets’ third objective.
Earlier than the sport, lower than 50 followers marched from the location of the Irons’ former Upton Park floor to Stratford in protest about how the membership is being run.
On the pitch, West Ham have been the higher workforce till Burnley scored.
However the Hammers at the moment are prone to face an FA probe into the scenes that shamed the membership on the day they marked the 25th anniversary of Bobby Moore’s demise.