Many fans of West Ham United have been reacting to a post on Twitter in which Arthur Masuaku reflected on the Hammers’ 3-2 victory over Leicester City on Sunday.
Two first half goals from Jesse Lingard and an early second half strike from Jarrod Bowen saw David Moyes’ side race into a 3-0 lead against the Foxes, with the Irons seemingly well on course to make a return to the Champions League places in the Premier League standings.
However, in the 70th minute, Masuaku played a rather sloppy pass back towards his own penalty area which was easily intercepted by Kelechi Iheanacho, who powerfully fired home to give Leicester a glimmer of hope.
Although Brendan Rodgers’ side ultimately failed to complete the comeback despite a second Iheanacho strike in the 91st minute, the injured Declan Rice, who was watching from the stands, took to Twitter as he posted: “My heart…” regarding the rather frantic closing stages of the match.
Shortly after Rice’s tweet, Masuaku then responded by joking: “Is it because of me Declan?”
In reaction to the left-back’s post, many fans of West Ham flocked to have their say on the matter, with plenty showing their frustration with the 27-year-old’s part in Leicester getting back into the game.
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So, what exactly did these West Ham United fans have to say in reaction to Arthur Masuaku comments?
“Yes, it is. Why is your media team highlighting the fact you almost cost us a 3-0 lead?”
“Arthur I will die of a heart attack if you do stuff like that again so please don’t.”
“Yes, it was. Don’t ever do that to us again, King.”
“You needed to be sharper Arthur. No time for complacency.”
“Played well – but please don’t do that again!”
“Not really a laughing matter King Arthur, stressed me to close death.”
“Yes. please don’t do that again.”
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