West Ham United chairman David Gold has publicly thanked the club’s fans for their support to the team against Hull City at the KC Stadium on Monday.
The Hammers travelled up north to take on the Tigers in the fourth round of matches in the Premier League.
The loyal West Ham supporters also travelled to Hull in order to back their team to pick up all three points against a side many expect to struggle for survival in the English top flight this season.
In the end, both sets of fans got their money’s worth of football, as the contest ended in a thrilling 2-2 draw.
Abel Hernandez scored on his debut for hosts Hull with a header six minutes before the half-time interval, but Enner Valencia restored parity for the visitors with a spectacular 25-yard strike just five minutes into the second half.
Although Mohamed Diame put Hull back in the lead on 64 minutes, Curtis Davies scored an own goal just minutes later.
After the match, West Ham chairman Gold took to social networking site Twitter to thank the club’s travelling supporters.
Safe journey home you West Ham fans I know it's a long way but well done, your support was invalid. Thank you. dg— David Gold (@davidgold) September 15, 2014
Sorry it's "invaluable" not "invalid" Sadly there is no cure for dyslexia. dg— David Gold (@davidgold) September 15, 2014
Following the draw in Hull, West Ham are 13th in the Premier League table with four points from as many matches.