West Ham's Mark Noble was furious after drawing 2-2 with Crystal Palace
Last Updated: 28/10/17 8:38pm
West Ham's Mark Noble was fuming at full-time against Crystal Palace shortly after Wilfried Zaha scored the hosts' last-minute equaliser.
Noble lost his temper as his side conceded in the 96th minute of their 2-2 draw against Palace in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.
The Hammers were leading 2-1 heading into injury-time thanks to first-half strikes from Javier Hernandez and Andre Ayew, but Zaha denied West Ham all three points with a last-gasp goal following Luka Milivojevic's 51st minute penalty.
The final result seemed to be too much to take for Noble, who appeared to get into a confrontation with Palace's Bakary Sako before aiming some words towards James Tomkins and team-mate Pedro Obiang, who did not feature in the fiery contest at Selhurst Park.
Hit the video above to see West Ham's long-serving captain lose his cool following their 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace.
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