Danny Dyer posts brilliant comment about Jarrod Bowen after star’s West Ham heroics in win over Chelsea.

West Ham got their superb season back on track with a memorable 3-2 win over London rivals Chelsea on Saturday.

And Bowen was the man of the match as he proved a thorn in Chelsea’s side throughout.

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It was the West Ham forward who won the penalty that made it 1-1 before scoring a brilliant second equaliser himself with a beautiful drive from the edge of the box.


The win saw West Ham maintain their place in the top four as the celebrations continued long into the night.

Bowen has been making headlines on and off the pitch this season. His relationship with new girlfriend, reality TV star Dani Dyer, proving big news in the world of celebrity.

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Bowen even has his own X-rated chant from the West Ham fans referencing his courtship of Dyer.

She is the daughter of actor and West Ham fanatic Danny Dyer.

The EastEnders star has undoubtedly been loving watching Bowen shine for his beloved Hammers and picking his brains about life behind the scenes at West Ham.

Bowen and his girlfriend Dani posted pictures together on social media on Saturday night.

And dad Danny made a brilliant comment about the West Ham star.

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“If Carlsberg made son in laws…”

The quote comes from the beer maker’s famous advertising campaign which is followed by “they’d probably be the best in the world”.

Whatever Danny Dyer thinks of his daughter’s new boyfriend, he will probably have to zone out when he hears the Bowen chant while watching games!

Although he no doubt takes it with good heart and in the spirit it is intended.

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