‘Did Rice score? S***!’: Jermaine Jenas can’t stop laughing as Arsenal legend Ian Wright rages at West Ham defeat
- Declan Rice’s first senior goal was enough to hand West Ham a win over Arsenal
- Jermaine Jenas captures the moment Ian Wright realises West Ham have scored
- The former Arsenal striker is furious at his old club’s lacklustre performance
Ian Wright was left furious by Arsenal’s defeat by West Ham – and his apoplectic reaction was captured in full by fellow pundit Jermaine Jenas.
Wright’s former club fell to a damaging defeat at the London Stadium through Declan Rice’s second-half strike.
Watching in a viewing room at the Match Of The Day studios, Jenas couldn’t contain himself as Wright walked into the room to discover the Gunners had fallen behind.
Ian Wright walks into the room and sees the score as his colleague Jermaine Jenas films
Initially furious at the score, Wright realises Jenas is recording and jokingly tells him to stop
The former Tottenham midfielder can’t contain his laughter at Wright’s furious reaction
Knowing the former England international is about to enter the room, Jenas is waiting with camera ready to film his expletive-laden response to Rice’s goal.
Jenas, also visible in the video, struggles to control his laughter as Wright realises he is being filmed and jokingly orders his colleague to stop filming.
Wright walks off camera laughing himself as Jenas ends the video by admitting he had to film the hilarious reaction.
Declan Rice’s first senior goal handed West Ham a vital victory over their London rivals
Rice’s first senior goal dealt a blow to Arsenal’s chances of making the top four and leaves them three points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.
Manchester United, in fifth, could move level on points with the Gunners if they beat Tottenham at Wembley on Sunday.
Teenager Rice’s strike was assisted by former Arsenal winger Samir Nasri, making his first Premier League appearance since August 2016.
It helped the Gunners go level on points with Leicester in seventh place – ten behind their beaten London rivals.