West Ham ejected the fan, who was spoken to by stadium staff, and are working with West Brom and Livermore to determine what happened. Too many defensive errors had given the lowly visitors chances to add to their tally, with only Manuel Lanzini's two efforts, superbly saved by Ben Foster, giving them any hope.
"Great centre-forwards header for the first goal, that was as good as it gets".
"For the second one, I think "Manu" should have passed to me earlier", he laughed.
"Some games will suit Andy more than others and I thought this one suited him.
I'll talk to him and we'll go from there". However, second-half goals from James McArthur and Luka Milivojevic gave the Eagles a vital victory.
West Ham's Cheikhou Kouyate, left, and West Bromwich Albion's Jake Livermore challenge for the ball during last night's game. The Austrian global scored five goals in December ahead of the club's final game of 2017 against Tottenham.
'It's been very frustrating, ' he said of his time out of the starting XI. But we're under pressure to get a win and I can understand why he's put it in the box.
The Hammers already took Marko Arnautovic from the Bet365 Stadium and David Moyes is keen to add the experienced 27-year-old Wales worldwide to his midfield as the Londoners strive to move clear of the relegation zone. "Psychologically you don't want to be in it at all, I was disappointed when we did slip back into it, but tonight we got a result and we've got to try and move on".
Salomon Rondon, one of those four changes from the Arsenal game, nearly gave West Brom an early lead when he spun away from Angelo Ogbonna and, as Winston Reid hesitated, lofted the ball over Adrian and onto the roof of the net.
He said: "I can remember going to Millwall and Wimbledon when I was a Crystal Palace player and remember things that were not particularly nice".
JAKE LIVERMORE shoved a fan and a steward in ugly scenes at the London Stadium last night. I think especially for the lads who've been playing every game, every two days.
West Brom came into this clash without a first-half goal under Pardew but they went close to breaking that duck in the 13th minute when Salomon Rondon's chip sailed narrowly over.
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