Days subsequent to a shocking clip appearing of a West Ham supporter racially manhandling Tottenham striker Heung Min Son, the two clubs have discharged an announcement denouncing the individual included.

The clasp that was posted on Twitter this week demonstrates a man asking the 25-year-old “On the off chance that he sold DVDs”.

Despite the fact that the clip beneath doesn’t demonstrate the genuine face of the supporter included, you can obviously hear him yell before driving off in his vehicle.

The two clubs have since reacted after the clip had gone viral online, both releasing statements via the Mirror.

Tottenham’s announcement perused:

“Racist behavior is completely unacceptable and we hope that the individual is identified to the authorities and the necessary action taken.”

The fan, who seemed, by all accounts, to be a West Ham supporter, has additionally been denounced by his club with the accompanying proclamation:

“West Ham United have a zero-tolerance approach to any form of discrimination and unreservedly condemn the actions of the individual in this video. Anyone behaving in this manner is not representative of our club and its values, and anybody who witnesses discrimination or abuse such as this at West Ham are urged to contact us in confidence at supporterservices@westhamunited.co.uk.”

This shocking incident only a couple months after a part of Millwall’s voyaging support was well and really put in their place today when Heung Min Son humiliated them scoring a brilliant hat-trick pass their team while they had spent the entire game shouting racist chants aimed at the Korean international.

West Ham fan racially abuses Heung Min Son

A few dumb Millwall fans were heard droning “DVD” and “he’s offering three for a fiver” toward Son, who was occupied with running rings around their defenders in a man of the match show.

The FA affirmed that they would investigate the serenades, with Millwall supervisor Neil Harris communicating his appall at the individuals who participated despite the fact that he didn’t hear the serenades himself, saying “They ought to be managed firmly”.

There’s no spot for racial abuse in this beautiful game of football.