Monday 13 Feb
Updated Monday 13 Feb 10:28
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West Ham United's 2-2 Premier League draw with West Bromwich Albion created plenty of engagement on social media.

The Hammers fell behind early on at London Stadium before roaring back to take the lead through goals from the in-form Sofiane Feghouli and Manuel Lanzini. There were also moments of controversy before Gareth McAuley diverted Jonny Evans' header into the net for a dramatic late equaliser.

Supporters across the globe were tuned into the game, while fans inside London Stadium created a fantastic atmosphere and got involved in the Club's new fan-led flags initiative.

 

Man of the Match Manuel Lanzini says the Hammers 'played well' and 'have to carry on playing this way' after producing another goalscoring display in Saturday's draw...

 

The No10 was also keen to post an image of him celebrating his goal with captain Mark Noble...

 

Il capitano ⚒ #WHU

A photo posted by Manuel Lanzini (@manuulanzini) on

 

Former Hammer Trevor Sinclair was delighted for the little South American...

 

Sofiane Feghouli scored one and made the other during another eye-catching performance form the Algeria winger...

 

Meanwhile, new boy Robert Snodgrass praised the London Stadium faithful for urging the Hammers on after going behind early on...

 

Unlucky yesterday but great levels we showed in the game, superb support aswell! Let's keep pushing forward 🙌 #coyi

A photo posted by Robert Snodgrass (@snods_10) on

 

Joint-Chairman David Gold enjoyed the scenes which followed Lanzini's late goal...

 

 

In the stands, the Claret and Blue Army embraced the Club's new supporter-led flag initiative, including Philadelphia-born Hammer Anthony Clark...

 

As did the Pride of Irons supporters' club...

 

 

 

On the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, the Nashville Hammers celebrated their biggest-ever supporters' club meet for the match...