Phillips Makes Offensive Gesture to West Ham fans after Suffering Abuse

Kalvin Phillips' unhappy loan stint at West Ham hit a new low after he was caught on camera giving the middle finger to fans following Saturday's 4-3 defeat at Newcastle.

Phillips was sent on with 21 minutes to play with West Ham leading 3-1 but conceded a penalty for a foul on Anthony Gordon from which Alexander Isak scored. That sparked a sensational Newcastle comeback as Harvey Barnes netted two late goals to win the game for the Toon.

A section of the away support were heard shouting "Get out of our club" and "You're useless" to the on-loan Manchester City midfielder, who arrived at the club in January.

Then, in a video shared on social media, a fan can be heard shouting "useless" as Phillips boarded the team coach after the game.

Once inside the vehicle, Phillips is clearly seen through the windscreen raising his middle finger in the direction of the fans.