Jarrod Bowen shoves West Ham fan and tells him to ‘get out’ after supporters disrupt TV interview with Dani Dyer’s overt chants after conference win
Jarrod Bowen shoved a West Ham fan and told him to ‘get out’ after an Irons supporter invaded a television interview by singing explicit chants about partner Dani Dyer.
On Wednesday night, Bowen scored the winning goal in the 90th minute to give the Hammers European Conference League glory as David Moyes’ side beat Fiorentina 2-1 in Prague.
During Bowen’s post-match television interview, an enthusiastic West Ham fan charged at him to celebrate the historic victory.
Irons supporters began singing a song referring to Bowen’s relationship with former Love Island star Danny Dyer, a diehard West Ham fan and daughter of former EastEnders actor Danny Dyer.
As Bowen began to answer the interviewer’s first question, he was interrupted by the fan in question singing “He’s fucking Dani Dyer.”
Jarrod Bowen shoved a West Ham fan and told him to ‘get out’ on Wednesday night after he burst into a TV interview with an Irons supporter yelling ‘fucking Dani Dyer’.
The 26-year-old winger scored the winning goal for West Ham in the 90th minute as they beat Fiorentina 2-1 on Wednesday night to give the Hammers European Conference League glory.
The winner quickly shoved the supporter, said ‘Get out’ and continued his pitchside interview with BT Sport.
He continued: “Of course I dreamed of a goal, but scoring the winning goal at the last minute is something I always say I want to do.”
“To do it in front of fans. I thought I was going to cry. I’m just happy.
“We had a dream, but I didn’t have the best season, myself included, but I’m really happy to give the fans this moment.
Bowen’s partner Dani Dyer posted a photo of the newborn twins ahead of Wednesday’s final.
So proud: The former Love Island champion, 26, shared a photo of Bowen interviewing her on TV right after the match – she watched the historic final from home
“In my position, I think if I do 10 of those runs, I might get one ball.
‘I never have [have I felt like this in my life]. This is the biggest match of my career. Impressed, there was already one chance time. I’m really happy.
“I’m very happy. I’m thinking about the party tonight. Listen to it.” [the crowd]. listen. ‘
The West Ham players danced in the streets and received a heroic welcome from jubilant supporters as they returned to their hotel in central Prague.
Dyer also posted a photo of Bowen holding his twins, Star and Summer, and a photo of his oldest son, Santiago, wearing a West Ham shirt from his previous relationship.
The victorious West Ham players danced in the streets as they returned to their hotel in central Prague last night and received a heroic welcome from the traveling supporters.
And if his partner’s Instagram post on Wednesday night means anything, Bowen is likely to get a similar reception after returning home.
The former Love Island winner, who was watching the final in England, shared a photo of Bowen’s TV interview after the game with the caption, “So proud.”
The mother of three proudly spoke of her winning partner and cheered him on throughout the day with lots of encouraging photos on her social pages.
Before the final, she shared a photo of Bowen holding her newborn twins, Star and Summer, alongside her first son, Santiago, from a previous marriage.