A lot of West Ham fans have not enjoyed the club’s attempt at the #opendoorchallenge and have expressed their displeasure on Twitter.
The challenge involves editing a clip together where you see the goal on a TV screen and then you open the front door to see the players celebrating the goal, like the one which was attempted by Football on BT Sport.
Whilst many have been indoors due to recent events, they have tried to recreate the new trend across social media, but it seems like Hammers fans are not happy with the editing in the club’s video as they tried it with Aaron Cresswell’s spectacular free-kick that he scored at the London Stadium against Manchester United earlier in the season as the Irons won 2-0, via Sky Sports.
The English left-back has scored three goals this season in his 23 appearances, via Transfermarkt, and has also made an impressive 1.6 tackles per game this season, and 1.1 interceptions per game, per WhoScored.
Here’s some fans reactions following the tweet:
— West Ham United (@🏠) (@WestHam) April 3, 2020
— ⚒ #GSBOUT #StayHomeSaveLives (@RIP_Boleyn) April 3, 2020
Delete before anyone sees
— Tom (@TomMB1994) April 3, 2020
— Uncle Sully (@englishhammer) April 3, 2020
You’re so bad at this
— paolo (@chopmunky) April 3, 2020
Decent idea, terrible execution
— Days Since West Ham Won A Trophy (@sinceWHUtrophy) April 3, 2020
— Sam (@SamSk31) April 3, 2020
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