Rodney Marsh reacts on Twitter to West Ham goalkeeper Adrian's red card, says it will be overturned

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The former forward seems to agree with the majority of West Ham fans.

Rodney Marsh has echoed the outcry of a number of West Ham United fans after their 2-1 defeat to Leicester City on Twitter.

Indeed, the former forward feels Adrian's late red card for the east London side was wrongly awarded and says it was 'never intentional foul play.'

As such, Marsh has predicted that the FA will overturn the West Ham goalkeeper's sending off.

The 70-year-old responded on social media swiftly after the full-time whistle, tweeting:

Plenty of West Ham supporters were furious with referee Anthony Taylor after the game, with the red card just one example of incidents where fans felt hard done by against Leicester City.

Claudio Ranieri's men found themselves 2-0 up by half-time and survived a comeback from the Hammers, who hit back with one goal in the second half.

But not a single fan was as unhappy with West Ham's team performance as they were with the match official's display at Upton Park. It was an unfortunate crash back down to earth for the east London side after their 2-0 win at Arsenal last week. For Leicester, however, what a couple of weeks it has been.

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