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Saturday, March 30, 2024

FLIPPED VIDEO: Outrage to Kalvin Phillips flipping the bird finger to West Ham fan over Useless chant criticism

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He was also turned by Harvey Barnes for the goal that brought the home side’s victory in the 90th minute. 

Since joining West Ham on loan in January, Phillips has made eight appearances, mainly featuring as a substitute.

The 28-year-old had made just four Premier League appearances for Manchester City in the first half of the season, none of which were starts. He has also endured a miserable time at City since signing for £42million in 2022.

Furthermore, Phillips, who was previously a key player for Gareth Southgate, was left out of the England squad for games against Brazil and Belgium. 

In a hugely eventful game on Saturday, Isak put Newcastle ahead with a penalty in the sixth minute. Michail Antonio then equalised for West Ham, with Mohammed Kudus putting the visitors in the lead before Jarrod Bowen added to it.

Isak reduced the deficit with another penalty after Phillips' aforementioned foul on Gordon. Harvey Barnes struck a brace late on as Newcastle managed to take all three points despite Gordon being sent off in the closing stages. 

Moyes admitted post-match that his decision to take striker and goalscorer Michail Antonio off in place of the struggling Phillips "didn't work." "I actually thought at that time when we went 3-1 up, Newcastle were there better team and still were," the West Ham boss explained.

There were, however, some defending Phillips, as one supporter posted: "He's well within his rights to react like that when abuse is shouted at him. Yeah it's not smart but at the same time he's only standing up for himself." A second said: "Good on him, staying behind just to shout at him for something that wasn't his fault."

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