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Borussia Dortmund fan account's Europa League tweet hammers home surreal West Ham situation

West Ham are safely through to the knock-out stages of the Europa League.

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We won’t know our opponents until February when the play-offs have taken place.

The eight teams who finished third in their Champions League groups will take on the eight runners-up from the Europa League groups in two months time.

And the winners of those ties will join West Ham in the hat for the last 16.

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David Moyes has worked absolute wonders since taking over at the London Stadium for the second time way back in December 2019.

Borussia Dortmund fan account tweet hammers home surreal West Ham situation

We have to pinch ourselves sometimes when we realise just what is happening.

West Ham are currently sitting in fourth spot in the Premier League table. We are safely through to the last 16 of the Europa League and have a Carabao Cup quarter final clash with Tottenham and an FA Cup third round tie against Leeds to look forward to.

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The Hammers could draw one of Europe’s super clubs in the knockout stages of the Europa League.

Could it be Barcelona? Borussia Dortmund or RB Leipzig? Or perhaps Porto?

One tweet from a Dortmund fan account just brought home how far we have come and some West Ham fans responded to highlight exactly that:

https://twitter.com/tsss67/status/1468705001530871808
https://twitter.com/whuabz/status/1468919260810461190

West Ham going from relegation fodder to genuine contenders for honours on the continent in just two years really is sensational.

What a job Moyes, his staff and the players have done.

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Hopefully we can go all the way in Europe. If Moyes manages to guide us to success in the Europa League, he will have to go down as one of our all-time greatest managers.

And the funny thing is that if it does happen, it wouldn’t be a shock any more.

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