Leeds brutally mock arrogant TOWIE star after West Ham thriller ends with Hammers defeat


Leeds United made the most of their thrilling win over West Ham at the weekend by taunting TOWIE star Mark Wright.

Jack Harrison scored a brilliant hat-trick as Marcelo Bielsa’s side stunned the Hammers 3-2 at the London Stadium on Sunday.

Leeds have been hit hard by coronavirus and had been beaten 2-0 by West Ham in the FA Cup just a week earlier.

But despite arriving with a threadbare squad that included several teenagers, they put on an inspired performance to overcome David Moyes’ side, who could have equalized in the 94th minute through the fit Jarrod Bowen.

There was one West Ham fan in particular who must have been hoping that Bowen’s chested effort from a late Michail Antonio cross would have hit the back of the net.

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That’s because The Only Way is Essex star and huge Hammers fan Wright was brimming with confidence before the game.

In a video posted on social media, Wright gave his pre-match prediction while walking through Olympic Park.

“I’m going to see West Ham inflate Leeds from all sides,” he said confidently.

He did not know what was to come: an unexpected defeat and a barbecue on the opposition’s social networks.

On Monday, Leeds jumped at the chance to immerse themselves in reality TV personality with a cheeky video titled ‘The only way is Leeds!’

The Yorkshire club cut their bold prediction short in a montage of Harrison’s three goals, before ending with another clip from Wright.

“I look like a complete mug with what I just said,” Wright concludes succinctly.

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Jack Harrison scored a hat-trick to defeat West Ham on Sunday (Image: Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

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Wright attended the game with two of his cousins ​​and left disappointed but thankfully not embarrassed, considering his response to Leeds on Twitter.

“Haha I love it,” he replied, in stark contrast to other West Ham fans in the comments, who did not find the video funny.

The win was Leeds’ second in a row in the Premier League and took them to 22 points, nine above the relegation zone.

West Ham remain in fourth place, two points above Arsenal, who had their North London derby with Tottenham postponed at the weekend due to coronavirus.

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