Dean Smith’s Aston Villa drew 0-0 with West Ham United, even though Manuel Pellegrini’s men were sent down to 10 men.
Aston Villa fans have praised West Ham United’s Robert Snodgrass for going round the whole stadium and applauding at full-time last night.
Villa and West Ham played out a 0-0 draw yesterday evening, with Snodgrass returning to his former side.
Snodgrass spent one season on loan at Villa during the 2017/18 campaign, and became a hugely popular figure with the claret and blues.
The Scot did not make it off the bench for West Ham last night.
However, he took time at full-time to go around the stadium and clap every stand, which Villa supporters really appreciated.
Get him back— Algie (@Algie___) September 17, 2019
Touch of class from @robsnodgrass7 to thank #TheHolteEnd for their support during his time at @AVFCOfficial #OnceAVillianAlwaysAVillian #HolteEndersInTheSky #Snodgrass #Avfc #WestHam #Villa ⚽️ https://t.co/DhRCJNFECD— (@DartsLad180) September 16, 2019
Snodgrass coming up to the Holte at the end what a guy— Jordan Spencer (@JordAvfc) September 16, 2019
Shoutout to snodgrass for making my heart hurt as he came up to the holte end after FT— Luisa (@luisawalkerxx) September 16, 2019
In other news.. how nice was it to have snodgrass come over at the end, felt like locking him away in VP forever— Gemma Broad (@gemma_broadAV) September 16, 2019
Snodgrass may have been disappointed not to make it off the bench for West Ham last night, but he hasn’t actually made the best of starts to this season.
The 31-year-old has been short of his best so far this term, with others seemingly moving ahead of him in the pecking order for places at the London Stadium.
West Ham’s next match comes against Manchester United on Sunday, where Snodgrass will be hoping that Manuel Pellegrini picks him.
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