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Dimitri Payet Pulled Off A Dummy So Outrageous That Goalkeeper Had To Be Stretchered Off

Jack Kenmare

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Dimitri Payet Pulled Off A Dummy So Outrageous That Goalkeeper Had To Be Stretchered Off

Strasbourg goalkeeper Alexandre Oukidja had to be stretchered off injured after Dimitri Payet produced a ridiculous piece of footwork before finding the net.

In the 87th minute of Marseille's Ligue 1 clash, a confident Payet scored the club's second after former Tottenham winger Clinton N'Jie opened the scoring in the second-half.

Just take a look at how outrageous this dummy was from the former West Ham man.

As you can see in the footage above, Oukidja can be seen being stretchered off by the medical team after suffering a knee injury following Payet's moment of magic.

We all know that the former West Ham playmaker has an eye for the spectacular and he proved that again with a scrumptious strike against Troyes in Ligue 1 just weeks earlier.

The visitors, Troyes, went ahead in the 15th minute but Marseille equalised in the 31st minute courtesy of some individual brilliance from their captain.

Former West Ham man Payet drove into the box after the ball dropped to him kindly on the knockdown, and he then produced an outrageous outside of the foot strike into the top corner.


Here's how Twitter reacted to Payet's incredible strike against Strasbourg at the time.


Unbelievable from Payet. Would West Ham fans take him back in a heartbeat?

Let us know in the comments.

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Marseille, Football News, Football, Ligue 1, Dimitri Payet

Jack Kenmare
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