Olympique Lyon v West Ham United: Quarter Final Leg Two - UEFA Europa League

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Photo: Iconic Issa Diop moment captured after Lyon striker Moussa Dembele was taught a valuable lesson

Moussa Dembele ‘the winker’ will be feeling like a right plum this morning after West Ham turned Lyon over 3-0 in their own back yard last night.

Dembele played the role of pantomime villain at the London Stadium during the first-leg clash last week.

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Aaron Cresswell brought the French striker down but he reacted in a theatrical manner to say the least. After Cresswell was handed a red card, the 25-year-old ex-Celtic hitman was caught winking at his teammates.

As David Moyes said after the game though, football is a funny old game and things come back to bite you very quickly indeed.

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West Ham put in a truly brilliant performance at the Groupama Stadium. Each and every Hammers player was right on it and we ended up winning the game 3-0.

Lyon seemed shell-shocked and so did Moussa Dembele after he came into contact with Issa Diop.

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Hammers centre-back Issa Diop crunched into a tackle on the 25-year-old Lyon hitman inside the first 20 minutes last night.

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The 25-year-old West Ham defender received a yellow card for his troubles.

As the old saying goes, Karma is a…

The below picture perfectly sums that up:

You won’t get a more poetic shot than that one after what happened in the first-leg.

Dembele surely regrets the famous wink now, after Lyon were dumped out of the Europa League by West Ham last night.

You can never get too cocky in football because a downfall will always be waiting just around the corner.

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