West Ham winger Said Benrahma was involved in an altercation with the manager of Algeria in their friendly against Egypt.

The Irons winger was substituted in the 63rd minute with his side losing, and as he walked passed the manager he appeared to ignore a handshake which sparked the rather nasty incident.

The Algeria manager Djamel Belmadi grabbed Benrahma by the scruff of his neck and proceeding to let the player know his feelings.

Despite the incident being an unsavoury one, thee manager dismissed the situation when speaking to the press after the match, stating that it was simply a reaction more to the result from both men and nothing serious.

“What happened with Benrahma are things that happen, locker room things,” said Belmadi, as reported by talkSPORT. “He came off, he wasn’t happy, I wasn’t happy, that’s all!”

Benrahma is now set to head back to east London where our Hammers are preparing for our return to action in the Premier League when we face Aston Villa on Sunday.