West Ham fans and players go berserk partying into the night after historic win
West Ham fans and players have gone berserk partying into the night following their historic Europa Conference League win.
The Irons defeated Italian side Fiorentina in the final in Prague, with Jarrod Bowen's last-minute winner clinching their first major trophy in 43 years.
This was the Hammers' first major trophy in all competitions since the FA Cup in 1980 and their first major European title since 1965.
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More than 20,000 supporters had spent the day partying in the Czech capital's Old Town Square, despite the London side only being allocated 6,000 tickets for the match.
And last night they poured onto the streets of Prague and partied into the late hours after their historic win over Fiorentina, with chants of 2-1 to the cockney boys and Irons also breaking out.
Dave Harrison, 49, from Kettering, Nottinghamshire, said: "It's the greatest night of my life. I love this club and now we're part of history. This city is claret and blue tonight."