Football fans have been left disgusted with the abuse young Millwall fans gave to Queens Park Rangers keeper Joe Lumley post-match Championship clash on Saturday.
A social media user posted his video recording of the moment featured in a vlog and it has since been viewed over 9,000 times as well as receive likes and retweets.
It shows Lumley celebrating towards the home end as he made his way inside the net to collect his towel and bottle following the full time whistle, a group of Millwall supporting children can be heard shouting “Fuck off” and “Wanker”.
Lumley had the last laugh as he pulled off some outstanding saves to help his QPR side beat Millwall 2-1, Nahki Wells scored a brace and Shaun Hutchinson scoring in-between both. The result leaves the R’s 5th in the Championship table and the Lions 16th.
He also sarcastically applauded them for the abused he was given before making his way towards the dugout.
Watch the video posted had the caption: “Family club of the year… listen to that towards Lumley ??? #MILQPR”
— Tom (@ThomasLewington) September 22, 2019
Some Millwall fans saw the clip and reminded people how the ‘Family Club of the Year’ award they received in 2017 was nothing to do with the fans but instead it’s down to the club.
Social media users saw the post and was left shocked at what the kids were uttering form their mouths, some parents also got slammed – see what they wrote on the next page.