Jarrod Bowen pushes West Ham fan after supporter gate-crashed his TV interview with crude Dani Dyer chant

 (BT Sport)
(BT Sport)

West Ham hero Jarrod Bowen pushed a supporter live on TV and told him to “leave” for singing an X-rated chant about his girlfriend Dani Dyer, just moments after the team’s historic Europa Conference League win.

The footballer’s last-minute strike secured a dramatic 2-1 victory for West Ham over Fiorentina in Prague and ended their 43-year wait for a trophy.

The 26-year-old winger raced on to Lucas Paqueta’s through-ball and slotted home to spark wild celebrations on the pitch, the touchline and in the stands.

But, after the final whistle blew, some fans got carried away as they toasted the club’s first piece of major silverware since 1980.

When Bowen took part in a post-match interview with BT Sport, a supporter invaded the shot and was heard chanting, “Bowen’s on fire, and he’s s****ing Dani Dyer,” in reference to his relationship with Dyer, who welcomed their twin daughters last month.

Understandably perturbed by the language used, the football star pushed the supporter away before saying: “Leave, leave, leave” and continued with his pitchside chat.

Bowen said scoring the winning goal in a European final for West Ham United was beyond his wildest dreams.

“I can’t sum it up, it’s the best feeling I’ve had in my career,” he shared. “When I went through I had a lot of time and it was just about making sure you put it in.

“The keeper came out and I think I fell over, I looked up and the ball was going in and I thought ‘no, this isn’t happening’.

“I spoke to my family before and said ‘imagine scoring a goal in the last minute’. To bring a trophy to this club is the best moment of my career.

“The fans as well, seeing them after the game I was a bit lost for words. It’s the best feeling of my life, never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d win a European trophy.

“I’m so buzzing, all of us are just going to go mad I think. You have to celebrate.

“When the final whistle went I just thought’ this party is going to be crazy. I’m just a little boy from Leominster who never thought I’d be talking like this. My family are crying and it just shows me how far I’ve come.”