West Ham lost to Leicester 2-1 in the Premier League at the London Stadium on Saturday evening.
West Ham fans are fed up with their manager Manuel Pellegrini after their side’s home loss to Leicester in the Premier League. Hammers fans are calling for the Chilean to be sacked with the club now sitting just above the relegation zone in 17th place.
West Ham went 1-0 down in the game after 40 minutes thanks to Kelechi Iheanacho’s finish.
Returning goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski saved a penalty from Demarai Gray before that, however, and on the stroke of half-time West Ham equalised.
Pablo Fornals scored from inside the box before Gray corrected his earlier penalty miss by scoring the winner in the 56th minute.
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Pellegrini’s side have now lost four of their last five games and are just a point away from being dragged into the relegation places.
And West Ham fans have finally had enough, with many calling for Pellegrini to be sacked on Twitter.
One plainly said: “Sack. Him.”
Another went with: “Pellegrini out.”
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A third tweeted: “SACK HIM NOW @davidgold! PATHETIC!!”
One West Ham supporter simply wrote: “OUT OUT OUT OUT!”
This Hammers fan went with: “I want a club statement now.”
Another tweeted: “Just sack Pellegrini now. I’m honestly sick of this.”
And finally, this supporter wrote: “@WestHam please sack Manuel Pellegrini.”
Fabianski said after the game: “It’s disappointing that we haven’t managed to get something from the game.
“Looking back, it took us a bit to get going in the game and get any fluency. Leicester dominated the first part, we struggled to keep possession.
“We had a good spell at the end of the first half, the second half seemed quite equal to me but they were more precise at taking their chances.
“Playing at home, that’s where we should get the most points. Manuel [Pellegrini] is disappointed with the performances, especially at home, for some while we haven’t managed to get anything here.
“That’s where we should be stronger and be able to improve.”