Football: Two West Ham fans arrested for alleged racism

LONDON (AP) - Two West Ham fans have been arrested on suspicion of alleged racially aggravated public-order offences during the team's English Premier League match at Chelsea on Sunday.

The Metropolitan Police said on Monday that the men have been released on bail to return this month.

Police have also launched a separate investigation after coins were thrown at Frank Lampard as the England midfielder celebrated with non-playing substitute John Terry after scoring Chelsea's opening goal in a 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge.

The Football Association and the two London clubs are liaising with police over the incident.