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Emotional Mark Noble is left teary-eyed as West Ham fans pay applaud him in 16th minute of his final home game against Man City… as club legend comes off the bench to rapturous response from supporters

An emotional Mark Noble came off the bench to make his last home appearance for West Ham in a thrilling 2-2 draw with Manchester City.

Noble seemed to wipe away tears after a tribute from West Ham fans prior to the match at the London Stadium on Sunday.

And the 35-year-old midfielder collected the captain's armband from Declan Rice for the final time in a home game after replacing Manuel Lanzini as a substitute in the 77th minute.

Mark Noble appeared teary-eyed following a tribute from fans before his last home game
Noble made his long-awaited entrance into the game with 13 minutes to go after coming off the bench

Noble, a one-club man, has spent 22 years with the Hammers, with 548 appearances in all competitions.