Liverpool might have edged out West Ham for three points on Monday night but afterwards, goalkeeper Adrian was keen to offer the Hammers support in their battle against relegation.
The Spanish stopper spent six years with West Ham, making 150 appearances and registering 43 clean sheets. During his time with the club, he built up a genuine rapport with supporters.
Now the understudy for Alisson at Anfield, the 33-year-old took to Twitter after Monday’s 3-2 win for the home side, calling for the Hammers to keep battling.
— Adrián San Miguel (@AdriSanMiguel) February 24, 2020
West Ham are currently in the relegation zone and know they must start picking up points quickly. The Hammers haven’t really picked up under David Moyes and their need for a win is becoming increasingly desperate.
Adrian is enjoying a decent season at Anfield and due to injury to Alisson earlier in the season, he has made 15 appearances for the Reds.
Following his passionate tweet towards his former club, the Hammers faithful have been reacting to their former goalkeeper.
The experienced stopper always did a professional job during his time in the capital and clearly West Ham fans haven’t forgotten that.
Here is a selection of tweets from the Hammers supporters in reaction to Adrian’s message of support for his former club.
— jay (@JayWHU_) February 24, 2020
That's better 😁.
All the best with the rest of your career Adrian.
— Chris (@west_ham_mad1) February 24, 2020
Top man ⚒
— Callum (@WHUFCallum_) February 24, 2020
We always love you Adri❤️
— WHUFCJPNFZ⚒🇯🇵 (@WHUFCJPNFans) February 24, 2020
My Spanish prince x
— Ian Antonio (@IJAntonio) February 24, 2020
A small comment means a lot……class act that is sorely missed….👍⚒
— Gary (@gjkehoe3) February 24, 2020
That's the spirit of the game. Class.🙏🏼🙏🏼
— Thegideonites (@Gideonkalu6) February 24, 2020
What a class tweet! Still cares for the badge he once played for. A lot more than what some of the current crop!
— Indian Hammers (@indianhammers) February 25, 2020
— TomPockett ⚒ (@tpockett) February 24, 2020