West Ham confirms that Genk’s fan at away end at West Ham has lost a FIRE amid wild celebrations… after gruesome footage emerged on social media showing the detached body part lying on a stadium fence

A West Ham fan was injured when he tried to celebrate his side’s second goal in their Europa League draw, which ended in Genk.

On Thursday night, video was circulated online showing the finger being lifted from the floor by a staff member and placed on the fence before the traveling support. 

Others tried to rush the Belgian stewards to get ice, but were frustrated by the lack of urgency.

West Ham have confirmed a fan lost his finger in the away end amid wild celebrations at Genk

West Ham confirmed that a West Ham fan lost his finger during the away match amid wild celebrations at Genk

A Twitter video showed the severed digit lying on a fence unattended inside the Genk stadium

A Twitter video showed the severed finger lying on a fence in the Genk stadium.

It is believed the supporter, who will be kept anonymous, was banging on the fence when he lost his finger. He has been taken to the hospital.

A Twitter fan posted the video. It shows the severed digit lying on a fence unattended, surrounded by blood drops and several stewards standing nearby. 

After Tomas Soucek’s late own goal, West Ham ended up drawing the match 2-2.

David Moyes' side drew 2-2 in the Europa League tie in the Scot's 1000th game as a manager

David Moyes’ team drew 2-2 in the Europa League tie, the Scot’s 1000th match as a manager

Genk rescued a draw late on after Hammers substitute Tomas Soucek headed into his own net

Genk saved a draw late in the game after Hammers substitute Tomas Soucek made his own net

Joseph Paintsil had already put Genk ahead within five minutes. But the Hammers fought back with a Said Benrahma two, the second of which was after a fantastic spin around a defender on one end of the box.

Czech substitute Soucek was able to stop David Moyes’ team from winning on his 1000th game as a manager. They remain at the top, with 10 points, four behind Dinamo Zagreb.

Next West Ham will face Liverpool at the London Stadium on Sunday, in their final match before the international break.