West Ham victory parade floods east London streets after historic win

A sea of jubilant West Ham United supporters filled the streets of east London to participate in a victory parade, celebrating the team’s first main trophy win in over 4 many years. The Hammers secured a 2-1 victory in opposition to Fiorentina in Prague on Wednesday evening, with the bus carrying the players struggling to navigate the throngs of elated fans.
As the open-top double-decker bus made its method via the crowds, gamers set off claret and blue flares to the sound of deafening cheers. Fans climbed onto the statue of the late West Ham and England captain, Bobby Moore, and even scaled visitors lights to catch a glimpse of their victorious group. Incredibly stuffed the air, paying homage to the team’s famous chant, “I’m endlessly blowing bubbles.” West Ham United took to Twitter to share footage of the celebrations, praising their supporters as “the finest followers in the world.”
This win marks the team’s first silverware since their FA Cup triumph in 1980 and their first European trophy since 1965. The historic victory, sealed by Jarrod Bowen’s 90th-minute aim, sparked wild celebrations that continued well into the night.
Captain Declan Rice, who is anticipated to go away the club this summer time, turned the third West Ham skipper after Bobby Moore and Billy Bonds to raise silverware in the club’s 128-year history. Speaking to Sky Sports News, Rice stated, “When you’re a kid, and you like football as much as I do, as the lads do, you see teams have trophy parades. I was as quickly as a kid watching groups do trophy parades and to now be on one and captain the facet last night, is so, so special, I can’t even put it into words, it’s not hit me yet.”
Bowen expressed that the silverware “means the world” to both the group and their fans. Manager David Moyes was noticed enjoying a beer and dancing to The Proclaimers song “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” alongside gamers in the team’s changing room after their win..

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