Trevor Sinclair reacts on Twitter to Slaven Bilic's brilliant substitution... then fumes

West Ham United Gate

The ex-West Ham man took to social media after the 2-2 draw at Chelsea.

BBC pundit and former West Ham United midfielder Trevor Sinclair went through a rollercoaster of emotions as the east London club drew 2-2 at Chelsea on Saturday afternoon.

Indeed, initially, Sinclair heaped praise on West Ham boss Slaven Bilic for bringing on Andy Carroll.

Carroll came on and scored the Hammers' second goal at Stamford Bridge - one that had looked like a winner for some time.

In response, Sinclair tweeted the following:

However, the pundit was left frustrated when Chelsea were awarded the penalty they converted to make it 2-2 against West Ham.

The east London side left the Bridge with a point as a result but there will be severe annoyance at Upton Park if those two dropped points end up costing West Ham in their pursuit for a Champions League place.

Sinclair wasn't the only one to question Chelsea's penalty and the Hammers faithful have been left outraged on social media in general...

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