Jermaine Jenas can not stop laughing when the legend of Arsenal, Ian Wright, rages on West Ham's defeat

& # 39; Has Rice scored? S ***! & # 39 ;: Jermaine Jenas can not stop laughing as Arsenal legend Ian Wright rages on West Ham's defeat

  • The first senior goal of Declan Rice was enough to give West Ham a victory over Arsenal
  • Jermaine Jenas captured the moment when Ian Wright realized that West Ham had scored
  • The former Arsenal striker was outraged by the performance of his old club on Saturday

James Ayles for Mailonline

Ian Wright was fiercely defeated by the defeat of Arsenal by West Ham – and his apoplectic reaction was completely captured by co-expert Jermaine Jenas.

Wright's former club fell to a 1-0 defeat at the London Stadium by Declan Rice's second half strike.

Looking into a viewing room in the studio's of Match Of The Day, Jenas could not restrain himself while Wright walked into the room to discover that the Gunners had fallen behind.

Ian Wright enters the room and sees the score as his colleague Jermaine Jenas films

Initially furious about the score, Wright realizes that Jenas is recording and he jokingly says he should stop

The former Tottenham midfielder can not control his smile on Wright's furious reaction

Knowing that the ex-international from England was about to enter the hall, Jenas was ready to film his reaction to Rice's goal.

Wright said: "Declan Rice has understood it? S ***! '

Jenas, also visible in the video, struggled to keep his laugh under control while Wright realized he was being filmed and gave his colleague a joke to stop filming.

Wright ran the camera while he laughed while Jenas ended the video by admitting to film the hilarious reaction.

Declan Rice's first senior goalkeeper gave West Ham a crucial victory over their rivals in London

Rice's first senior goal shared a battle for the five-placed Arsenal's chances to make the top four, as it left them three points behind the fourth seeded Chelsea.

Manchester United, in the sixth, was able to move level on points with the Gunners if they beat Tottenham in Wembley on Sunday.

The Rice Strike at Teen Rice was assisted by Samsen Nasir, the former Arsenal Winger, who made his first Premier League appearance since August 2016.

It helped the hammers reach the same level with Leicester in seventh place – 10 behind their defeated London rivals.


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