Final of the Europa Conference League: According to West Ham’s president, Fiorentina was treated like “animals”
According to Fiorentina’s president Rocco Commisso, West Ham handled Fiorentina like “animals” in their victory over the Italian club in the Europa Conference League final.
At halftime, left-back Cristiano Biraghi was left with a bloody face after being struck by an object thrown from the crowd, while striker Luca Jovic had to leave the game with a fractured nose.
With Jarrod Bowen’s late victory, West Ham ended their trophy drought of 43 years.
Commissio stated, “I anticipated to win, but it wasn’t like that.
“However, there have been instances on the field where the referee needed to make a decision.
“Those of West Ham are animals in the way they treated ours,” I told the Premier League president. It’s improper.
This game might easily be won 3-0. I feel bad for the supporters because they deserved better.
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West Ham snaps a 43-year trophy drought
West Ham denounces fan conduct after Biraghi was struck by an object, calling it “Moyes and West Ham will never forget” moments.
According to the police, 23 fans were detained in Prague. One supported West Ham, while the other 22 cheered for Fiorentina.
In a bar in the heart of Prague, Fiorentina supporters attacked West Ham supporters, and 17 of the 22 supporters of the Italian team were imprisoned as a result.