Watch Newcastle and West Ham fans chant at each other from team BOATS on the Thames – and rival supporters love it | The Sun
WEST HAM and Newcastle fans have revived their rivalry from earlier this week by chanting at each other from BOATS.
The two club's supporters were heading to their away fixtures in London and crossed paths on the river Thames.
The fans faced off on Wednesday and Newcastle's travelling crowd had the last laugh as their side hammered West Ham at the London Stadium.
But both sets of fans saw the funny side as they spotted each other's boats heading down the river.
The Toon fans were heading to Brentford while the Hammers were on their way to Fulham.
Videos of the encounter were shared online. In one clip the Magpies fans could be heard chanting "5-1 to the Geordie boys", referencing their win earlier in the week.
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While West Ham fans chanted "Irons, Irons, Irons", back at the Newcastle boat.
The moment was loved by fans online as one Magpie fan tweeted: "Great craic lads. Hope they [West Ham] stay up."
A second commented: "Haha, brilliant ??."
A third joked: "When you see another school on a school trip."
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A fourth said: "Kinda rate the audacity to do that to a team that just absolutely demolished you 5-1 only a few days ago."
Regardless of the result on Wednesday, both sets of fans had enjoyable afternoons.
West Ham gave themselves a massive survival boost against Fulham as Harrison Reed's own goal was enough to win the game.
While Newcastle came from a goal down to beat the Bees and keep themselves in third in the Premier League table.
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