The spooky video leaving West Ham fans in shock on Twitter

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A spooky video which is leaving West Ham United fans in shock is set to go viral on Twitter.

Two identical goals assisted by genuine West Ham heroes are causing something of a stir online.

Hammers fans are in shock after videos of two goals scored nine years apart were laid over the top of one another to highlight how identical they are.

The first goal from 2007 was scored by Bobby Zamora against bitter rivals Tottenham Hotspur in front of a delirious Bobby Moore stand at West Ham's beloved Boleyn Ground as he rose highest to head home from a curling Carlos Tevez free-kick.

Ogbonna and Zamora goals identical

Then along came Angelo Ogbonna's unforgettable winner in the last minute of extra-time against Liverpool in the fourth round of this season's FA Cup.

That goal was assisted by another Hammers hero, Dimitri Payet, who is arguably the first genuine star the club has had since Tevez.

Like Zamora's header, Ogbonna's goal came in front of an overjoyed Bobby Moore Stand and the identical nature of the strikes has seen the video shared around the web.

It's not just the header and cross that are strikingly similar, though.

Even down to Tevez and Payet walking backwards, the one man wall and the man running in on the near post.

But you can judge for yourself, here is the remarkable video with both goals laid over oneanother.

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