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Slaven Bilic could face touchline ban after slamming microphone

WHUFC could be without their manager for the next match

West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion - Premier League Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images

Slaven Bilic had a frustrating afternoon at the London Stadium throughout the 2-2 draw against West Brom. And giving up the late equalizer set the stage for all of that annoyance to bubble over for the Bubble club manager.

After Gareth McAuley’s late leveler in the dying moments of the match, Bilic unleashed his frustration out on the television microphone that’s placed around the midfield coaching area. The Croatian tactician slammed the microphone on the ground and was sent to the stands by referee Michael Oliver before the final whistle.

In case you didn’t see Bilic have his major flare up, enjoy this proper slamming.

Despite it being a fun visual to witness, Bilic’s attack on the microphone will likely get him a touchline ban when the Hammers return to action against Watford on February 25.

Making matters even more complicated for West Ham’s next match a fortnight’s time is that Bilic’s assistant Nikola Jurcevic was also sent off by Oliver for complaining about Sofiane Feghouli’s disallowed goal to the sideline official.