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Dimitri Payet's Highlights At West Ham Is The Ultimate 'Streets Will Never Forget' Compilation

Nasir Jabbar

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Dimitri Payet's Highlights At West Ham Is The Ultimate 'Streets Will Never Forget' Compilation

Dimitri Payet's West Ham career has been compiled into a stunning video and shows he was the ultimate 'streets will never forget' star.

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Payet took the Premier League by storm, absolutely balling for the Hammers during his thrilling 18-month stint in England.

Creatively speaking, he had it all. He could beat a man and pick out a pass not to mention being deadly on set-pieces.

The maverick Frenchman became renowned for his unerring accuracy on free-kicks, scoring a couple of worldies against Manchester United and Crystal Palace - including THAT free-kick which defied the laws of physics.

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Image: PA
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Payet was a monster in open play and undefendable when he was in full flow.

Just ask Middlesbrough who conceded a sensational solo goal. He slalomed past a host of bodies before slotting home.

Who could also forget his rabona assist as well as his other spectacular strikes.

Twitter user @OFComps shared the clip online, accompanied with the caption: "Dimitri Payet 2015-17."

Fans were left feeling nostalgic and hailed Payet's only full season in the league.

One Twitter user wrote: "An entertainer, a talent, a maverick."

A second tweeted: "He really left a mark on every big 6 club in that short span."

A third added: "Man was like Ronaldinho this season."

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Image: PA
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Image: PA

Unfortunately for West Ham fans, Payet cut his time at the club short just one and a half seasons into his contract.

He returned to France, but left an incredible legacy - the streets will never forget.

Topics: Football News, Football, Premier League, West Ham, Dimitri Payet

Nasir Jabbar
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