Calum Chambers was happy with Middlesbrough’s point at West Ham in a game that saw another three fans arrested after crowd trouble outside the London Stadium.

Putting in an impressive performance, Chambers started his second game in a row for Aitor Karanka’s side.

Taking to Facebook after the game, Chambers admitted he was happy with a point.

Boro are currently 17th in the Premier League with six points from seven games and just one win. The draw against the Hammers did, however, end a run of three straight defeats, but with a goal difference of minus three already, it looks as if it could be a tough season for Chambers and co.

In regards to the crowd trouble, the Met said that three were arrested, with two picked up on suspicion of affray and a third being held on suspicion of assaulting a police officer.

After haing to cordon off a section of West Ham fans to enable Boro’s fans to be escorted from the ground, the police stated, “Only a small minority [was] intent on causing disruption.”

West Ham, meanwhile, said, “West Ham United will investigate incidents involving both sets of supporters outside London Stadium after [Saturday’s] 1-1 draw with Middlesbrough.

“Metropolitan Police have confirmed that two men were arrested on suspicion of affray and the third was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a police officer. All three currently remain in custody pending further enquires.

“This behaviour has no place in football and West Ham United, with cooperation from all London Stadium stakeholders, including the police, Stadium Landlords E20 and Stadium Operators LS185, will continue to operate a zero tolerance policy on such incidents.

“We must stress that the vast majority of the more than 400,000 supporters who have attended a game at the stadium since August have behaved impeccably and we will not let the acts of mindless individuals tarnish their reputation.”