A Millwall fan sticks his middle finger up at the camera during their 3-2 FA Cup win over Everton at The Den
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VIDEO: Millwall fan swears at camera on crowd during FA Cup win over Everton

Rude gestures on BBC coverage of fourth round upset.



Millwall fans were continually spotted making rude gestures on the television coverage of their 3-2 triumph over Everton in the FA Cup on Saturday.

The Den was rocking for the late kick-off on BBC One that many hoped would be a fourth round upset for viewers at home.

No one likes us, we don't care. #MILEVE pic.twitter.com/xKqgFFdFie

— Schottische Furche (@Konzeptfussball) January 26, 2019

The tie did not disappoint, with five goals scored and a win for the underdogs sealed deep into added time at the end of 90 minutes.

And neither did the supporters in a charged atmosphere that ended in joyous scenes.

Always a pleasure to see those cheerful Millwall chaps. #MILEVE pic.twitter.com/YjCk9yg2Ug

— Stevie Fairbairn (@StevieFairbairn) January 26, 2019

One particular man caught the eye as he purposefully stuck his middle finger up at a camera as it panned across the crowd.

In fact, the home fans appeared to take every opportunity to wave and gesticulate on the live broadcast:


Millwall fans being typically reserved as usual #Millwall #mileve pic.twitter.com/X6np84Q3WQ

— FootyForce (@footyforce) January 26, 2019


The magic of the cup #MILEVE pic.twitter.com/FnROLVa9Gr

— Jack Brenton (@breezy_brenton) January 26, 2019

Can u stop waving like fannies when the camera pans to u, that would be great thx? #pethate #MILEVE

— Colin Mathie (@madnutter0102) January 26, 2019