(Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
(Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
(Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Ten incredible photos of West Ham fans during historic win against Sevilla in Europa League

An incredible 59,100 Hammers, the highest number ever at the London Stadium, saw Andriy Yarmolenko score a dramatic extra-time winner.

A cacophony of noise roared West Ham to a historic victory against Sevilla in the Europa League.

Under the lights, super-sub Andriy Yarmolenko slotted home a dramatic winner with eight minutes of extra time to go.

After Michail Antonio went close, just before the interval Tomas Soucek rose highest and planted his header beyond Bounou.

Bedlam ensued in the stands, as Soucek leapt to the sky in celebration.

West Ham butchered several chances before deep in extra time Yarmolenko kept his cool and slotted home the winner, after the Sevilla ‘keeper spilled Pablo Fornals’ shot.

The London Stadium descended into anarchy.

Billed as the ‘biggest ever match at the London Stadium’, the atmosphere against Sevilla did not disappoint.

Hours before kick-off the atmosphere in east London was rocking.

West Ham fans filled bars and barges, singing and drinking in the build up to the Hammers’ first European knock-out match since the 80s.

The vast concourse around the former Olympic Stadium was heaving, with Irons dancing to the DJ.

Inside the ground, there was no doubt as to the importance of the clash.

The stadium announced bellowed out that it was “the biggest match in the history of the London Stadium” over and over again.

The atmosphere was red hot before kick off, and throughout the match you Irons were well and truly the 12th man.

So on a historic night in east London, LondonWorld brings the best photos of victorious West Ham fans.

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