West Ham United picked up a huge three points against Leicester City on Saturday afternoon, with the victory at the King Power Stadium ultimately securing Premier League survival.
Skipper Mark Noble has faced some criticism from the club’s supporters in recent weeks, but he scored a wonderful goal in the 2-0 win over the Foxes.
There is no question that it was a sensational strike, but it has been plastered over social media for the last few days, and it appears that even some of the West Ham fans are getting fed up with seeing it.
West Ham’s official Twitter account again posted the video on Tuesday afternoon, and whilst there were a number of the club’s fans that hailed the strike, there were also those that told the Hammers to stop ‘milking it’.
Next up for West Ham is a home match against Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United on Thursday night, and the Hammers will be looking to put another three points on the board.
A selection of the Twitter reaction to the Noble strike can be seen below:
— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) May 8, 2018
Don't milk it you plums
— Arthur (@Nxblesque) May 8, 2018
Needed him ALL season but rarely produced,1 goal doesn't define his season 🙄
— HappyHammer72 (@h_hammer72) May 8, 2018
Please don’t milk this ffs….
— CJ (@CJ_193) May 8, 2018
— Banda Dickson (@BandaDickson2) May 8, 2018
Pure quality @martin_dunbar
— Patrick Sinnott (@packysinnott) May 8, 2018
What a goal
— sultan awad (@sambaninho) May 8, 2018
Now that, was a beautiful goal!
— Toadie T (@Toadie1970) May 8, 2018
— Ady Loader (@Ady_loader) May 8, 2018