Winston Reid's West Ham teammate Josh Cullen was left bloodied as he had a tooth kicked out of his mouth against Shrewsbury on Monday morning (NZ time).
The midfielder was accidentally kicked in the mouth by Abu Ogogo as they both went for the ball during their goalless FA Cup draw.
The tooth was recovered from the turf, while a bloodied Cullen was cleaned up on the touchline before returning to the action.
Meanwhile, All Whites captain Winston Reid was forced off the pitch in the 86th minute after picking up a groin injury.
It was West Ham's third match in six days and many of the players struggled with fatigue.
After the match, Hammers goalkeeper Joe Hart was disappointed with the way his side performed.
"It's a tough place to come. We didn't play well. We had three games in a week and there were opportunities for the lads, including myself," added Hart.
"I can't blame fatigue. There was some terrible football played today and we lost a lot of battles."
The result means the Shrews will now travel to London Stadium later this month for the replay, as they aim to reach the fourth round of the Cup for only the second time in 14 seasons.
Other results saw Newport stun Leeds United 2-1, while Tottenham cruised past AFC Wimbledon to qualify for the fourth round.
Arsenal also suffered a shock defeat at the hands of Nottingham Forrest, losing 4-2 at City Ground.