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Dimitri Payet Pulled Off A Dummy So Outrageous In Marseille Training, It Sat The Teenage Goalkeeper Down

Daniel Marland

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Dimitri Payet Pulled Off A Dummy So Outrageous In Marseille Training, It Sat The Teenage Goalkeeper Down

Featured Image Credit: Dimitri Payet/Twitter

Dimitri Payet sat Marseille goalkeeper Simon Ngapandouetnbu down with an outrageous dummy - before tapping into an empty net.

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The France international is still snatching souls in Ligue 1 and during training, Simon Ngapandouetnbu ended up being his latest victim.

Payet receives the ball in the box and goes to shoot before noticing Ngapandouetnbu going to ground early.

A mistake the 18-year-old would soon regret. Payet watched him go down before tapping into an empty net.

You never lose it do you? Simply sensational stuff.

Fans have reacted to the footage and it's the kind of stuff they love to see from Payet.

One commented: "Destroying fathers in matches is no longer enough for him."

Another put: "How is this guy still producing skill like that at 34-years-old?"

A third said: "Made the goalkeeper look like a fool loool."

While someone else added: "I hope Simon's ligaments are fine after being sat down like that."

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

Ngapandouetnbu is yet to make his professional debut for the club, but he'll be thankful he's on Payet's side.

The former West Ham man has made 18 appearances in Ligue 1 this season, scoring eight times and recording eight assists.

Marseille are third in the league and are 13 points behind leaders Paris Saint-Germain.

He's in incredible form and admitted in an interview earlier this campaign that he's a controversial player.

Payet explained to L'Equipe per Get French Football News: "You should ask him the same question today, and see if his reply is the same.

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

"But that’s part of the excitement of playing for Marseille. Everytime, I tell myself that I’m going to make people lie. That’s what I told the supporters when I met them a few weeks after the incidents.

"It’s true that I wasn’t in the best of form, but I can guarantee you that I am working to get back to it. Either way, I don’t do half-measures. You either love me or hate me."

Topics: Dimitri Payet, Marseille, Ligue 1

Daniel Marland
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