Chelsea boss Rafael Benitez, however, did not blame his players for the part they played in the incident saying they would not have known exactly where they were on the pitch.
"When you score 200 goals you don't think too much about where you go," Benitez said.
"You celebrate and afterwards we realised he would've been better to be in another part."
A West Ham statement made it clear that the East London club would work with the Chelsea and the Met Police to pick up the offenders.
"Any individual found to have acted in an inappropriate way will have to face the consequences of their actions, including the possibility of a ban from attending future matches."