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Police arrest four fans from West Ham who ended up in defeat to Man Utd after getting into trouble at Old Trafford

FOUR fans from West Ham’s end were arrested during the Hammers’ 0-1 loss to Manchester United on Saturday.

Three of the men are in their 20s, one is in their 30s, and the charges include possession of cocaine, assault, rocket throwing and being drunk and disorderly.

Four fans from the end of West Ham were arrested at Old Trafford on Saturday

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Four fans from the end of West Ham were arrested at Old Trafford on SaturdayCredit: PA

Two other men were also detained by officers.

The Hammer was brutally denied a well-earned point by Last-minute winner by Marcus Rashford.

And today was even worse for four of the 3,173 travel fans as they were fooled throughout the afternoon.

Officers reacted to ‘disorderly’ conditions at the away end of the game.

And Greater Manchester Police said: “Four arrests have been made and all of them remain in custody.

“A 21-year-old man is suspected of being intoxicated and engaged in disorderly conduct, cocaine possession and common assault.

“A 23-year-old man on suspicion of disturbing public order.

“A 22-year-old man is suspected of throwing a rocket, and a 33-year-old man is suspected of assaulting an emergency worker.

“Two other men have been detained and will be summoned at a later date for football-related crimes.”

The loss caused it to lose consecutively toMan Utd coach David Moyes’ army – lost 3-2 at home to Leeds last time.

But The Hammers fans in the stadium and watching at home were furious at United’s win.

Many people criticized Jon Moss for saying that the home team was biased towards decisions made during the match.

But when Rashford finished off Edinson Cavani’s pass in the dying seconds, there was an explosion of fury among West Ham supporters.

Anthony Martial played with Cavani to the left, and at first glance the Uruguayan appeared to be miles offside.

He passed the ball over the box for Rashford to finish in an empty net.

And after the briefest of VAR checks – despite the crucially decisive nature – the goal was scored with Aaron Cresswell supposedly playing Cavani as the starter.

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However, the evidence is almost irrefutable and it raised calls for ‘robbery’ and ‘greed’ bias.

Even BBC pundit Alan Shearer said it was offside.

United took the lead over West Ham to win in fourth place.

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Caroline Bleakley

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