A lot of West Ham fans are loving a post by the club on Twitter showing images of their 1-0 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge earlier this season.
It was a memorable day for the fans and a crucial victory in their ongoing relegation battle, but it was also a great day for goalkeeper David Martin, via BBC Sport.
The 33-year-old was signed at the start of the season, per Transfermarkt, as a reserve goalkeeper but saw himself making his debut against the Blues after Łukasz Fabianksi was injured and Roberto Jimenez was not favoured.
Not only did Martin make a good set of saves, but he also kept a clean sheet as the Hammers won the game, and you could see how much it meant for the goalkeeper who has supported the club since he was a child, as he was in tears of joy at the final whistle, BBC Sport.
Here is what fans have said about the game following the tweet:
⏮ Throwback to the last time we faced Chelsea…
The scenes 😍 pic.twitter.com/5UCVLwNHF8
— West Ham United (@🏠) (@WestHam) April 5, 2020
Great away day 👍🏻 https://t.co/LlzJSktXtV
— Su su soucexy (@Soucekgoat) April 5, 2020
My team ❤️ https://t.co/zuZmpxVapq
— shay deeney (@shaydeeneyy17) April 5, 2020
The scenes indeed https://t.co/oOx6DbA2Md
— Daniel Judd (@DanielJudd11) April 5, 2020
bUt ThEy RuN lOnDoN pic.twitter.com/8OmkOqumhA
— Frankie Noble (@Frankie77131174) April 5, 2020
Broadcast the game⚒️
— Rafa (@10Rafa21) April 5, 2020
— PaoloWacker (@walnutwacker) April 5, 2020
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