Declan Rice ‘feels the humiliation’ as he apologies to West Ham after wondergoal
Declan Rice “felt West Ham’s humiliation” after scoring a wondergoal in opposition to his former aspect.
The Arsenal midfielder put the sixth and ultimate dagger into the guts of Hammers followers on Sunday afternoon. The Gunners outclassed their rivals in east London from begin to end, dismantling them with 4 first half targets earlier than Bukayo Saka scored a shocking fifth.
There was even worse information for the West Ham devoted as they watched their former captain Rice loft in a long-ranged strike within the sixty fifth minute to cap off a humiliating afternoon for David Moyes’ males. But regardless of booing the central-midfielder earlier than and after the sport, Rice refused to have fun his aim.
As the ball glided into the highest left-hand nook of the web, the England star jogged in the direction of the Irons followers with a solemn look on his face. He bowed his head whereas seemingly apologising and tapping his chest as an indication of sympathy in the direction of the membership he joined as a 14-year-old.
Minutes after piling on the distress, Rice was substituted off to a blended response from the house crowd, with some clapping him whereas others made impolite gestures within the stands. Rice responded by clapping and apologising as soon as once more.
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Co-commentator Alan Smith praised Rice’s efficiency earlier than commenting on his celebration: “He feels the humiliation I think, of his old fans. That’s part of the reason why he doesn’t want to celebrate. What a signing he’s been for the Gunners.”
One Arsenal fan wrote on X: “The self control demonstrated by Declan Rice not to celebrate was more impressive than the goal. I don’t care if you raised me from age 2, if I score a screamer, tops coming off, knee slide then in the crowd.”
Others tweeted: “A subdued reaction from Declan Rice against his old club. Class,” and: “Needed a shush celebration for all those who booed him.”
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One West Ham supporter chimed in with: “Respect to Declan Rice, arguably the best individual performance I’ve seen all season,” and one other person added: “West Ham fans were booing him all game. Rice is a better man than me.”
But some Irons followers nonetheless couldn’t come to forgive their former talisman, raging: “Oooo look at me, I can score goals. P** off man,” and: “Just had to be Rice didn’t it? Shame he’s gonna win less at Arsenal than he did at West Ham.”
Rice made his technique to the West Ham dugout at full-time to embrace his former colleagues. He then clapped the house supporters and waved to followers within the stands, who stayed the complete 90 minutes to observe their aspect’s largest defeat of the season.