Video shows something West Ham fans loved seeing Lukasz Fabianski do when Nikola Vlasic scored his first Hammers goal at Watford.
West Ham ended their recent slump with a 4-1 win over the Hornets at Vicarage Road on Tuesday.
And it was a memorable day for £33 million summer signing Vlasic as he netted his first goal for West Ham.
The Croatian midfielder has endured a difficult start to his Hammers career. Used mostly as a substitute, Vlasic has struggled to make the kind of impact many had expected when he joined from CSKA Moscow in the summer.
The 23-year-old had showed flashes here and there, though, and had been continually backed by David Moyes to come good.
He took his first step towards proving the manager right with his goal at Watford.
Speaking on Amazon Prime Sport after the game captain Mark Noble expressed his delight at seeing Vlasic net his first West Ham goal.
And Declan Rice, who was suspended for the match, echoed those comments on Twitter, saying: “Absolutely buzzing for Vlasic.”
Something that happened after Vlasic slotted home Jarrod Bowen’s brilliant pull-back showed just how well liked the Croatian is at West Ham.
West Ham fans absolutely love what they saw Lukasz Fabianski do when Vlasic scored his first Hammers goal.
Video: West Ham fans absolutely love what they saw Lukasz Fabianski do when Nikola Vlasic scored his first Hammers goal
The veteran goalkeeper sprinted the length of the pitch to celebrate with Vlasic.
And West Ham fans absolutely loved to see it.
Now you can too if you missed it with this fantastic video below.
Or here if you have Amazon Prime Sport.
Here are a selection of comments from West Ham fans after watching Fabianski run 100 yards to congratulate Vlasic.