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Ryan Babel hilariously tore into Getafe player Allan Nyom by mocking him for his theatrics during a feigned injury.
Ajax were in action against the Spanish club for the first leg of their round-of-32 tie in the Europa League.
Nyom challenged Babel for the ball early into the second half, only for the on-loan Ajax forward to 'foul' him after the initial challenge.
The 31-year-old right-back went down in dramatic fashion and rolled over several times before the referee blew the whistle.
While Nyom was awarded a free-kick for his side, Babel flicked on his 'ultimate s**thouse' switch and pulled no punches towards the player.
The 33-year-old Dutchman started to imitate Nyom by rolling around on the floor before approaching the player and fake crying.
Babel then limped forward alongside the Getafe defender before he was pulled away from Nyom by both sets of players.
The former Fulham and Liverpool player received a yellow card from the referee, but he certainly stole the limelight for his 's**thousery.'
And even fans have flocked to Twitter and praised Babel for ripping into Nyom over his feigned injury.
Deyverson opened the scoring for Getafe in the first half before Kenedy sealed their win deep into second-half injury time.
Ajax will host Getafe for the return leg on 27th February at the Johan Cruyff Arena.
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