‘West Ham are the best club in the world…we have won more than Spurs!’
A West Ham fan was overwhelmed with emotion and conducted a hilarious interview after their Europa Conference League final victory on Wednesday.
The Hammers triumphed over Fiorentina – and ended their 43-year wait for a major trophy – after a late strike from Jarrod Bowen wrapped up a 2-1 win for them in Prague.
Chaotic scenes ensued as West Ham players and staff partied the night away in Prague, with the wild scenes appearing on social media soon after.
And, following their historic win, it wasn’t just the players and staff who were delighted with the result, with one young supporter unable to hold back tears as he watched the game again.
During an interview with the bbcthe fan said: “I feel absolutely amazing. It’s the best night of my life, I can’t believe I’m here!
A young West Ham fan gave a tearful interview to the BBC after West Ham’s win
The Hammers ended their 43-year wait for a major trophy with a 2-1 victory over Fiorentina in the Europa Conference League on Wednesday
“I think I’m dreaming… I just can’t believe West Ham have won something. We have won more titles than Spurs now!
“Come on, Irons. West Ham are the best club in the world!”
As he spoke, the young supporter could barely contain his emotions as tears streamed down his cheek after the historic Hammers win.
The same fan had gone viral just a few months ago after giving a hilarious review of West Ham’s Conference League clash with AZ Alkmaar.
After their 2-1 first leg win, the fan gave an interview and produced an iconic line, saying: ‘Airport is over there, Prague is over there’. We are coming to this final, I tell you.
Club captain Declan Rice then uttered the phrase himself after the second leg victory against the Dutch team in a post-match interview.
The fan previously went viral for a hilarious interview with a West Ham fan channel
Club captain Declan Rice then repeated the iconic phrase in a post-match interview
After Wednesday’s game, many videos of the Hammers celebrating the win began circulating on social media, with Declan Rice leading the way.
As the team got off the bus, goalkeeper Alphonse Areola produced a portable music player and even manager David Moyes joined them as they celebrated with two dozen happy fans after 2 a.m. early today.
And striker Bowen was all smiles, laughing as his teammates danced to a song that lovingly celebrates his relationship with Dani Dyer, with whom he recently had twins.
Star striker Michail Antonio shared a clip on his Instagram page which showed West Ham players partying in a private room in their hotel.