Fans horrified as West Ham keeper Fabianski is forced off with gruesome eye injury after knee to the head | The Sun

WEST HAM fans have been left gobsmacked after keeper Lukasz Fabianski suffered a horrid eye injury against Nottingham Forest.

The Hammers shot-stopper, 37, received a knee to the head from Felipe during his side's clash at the London Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The incident meant he had to be replaced by back-up keeper Alphonse Areola.

And fans were astonished by the damage to his face.

Reacting on social media, one person said: "Fabianski got a right shiner".

While another replied: "Hope Fabianski is alright".


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Following the Pole's departure, West Ham scored four times in 15 minutes.

Danny Ings bagged a three-minute brace, before Declan Rice and Michail Antonio got in on the act.

The victory takes the Hammers two points clear of the relegation zone as they bid to avoid a surprise battle at the bottom.

David Moyes' men are still competing on three fronts as they juggle the league, FA Cup and Europa Conference League.

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West Ham face Manchester United in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Wednesday.

They then travel to Brighton in the Premier League, before resuming their Europa Conference League campaign against Cypriot outfit AEK Larnaca.

Meanwhile, Forest remain 13th in the table, four points above the drop.

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