OL-West Ham: The Hammer Chambers Dembele After His Wink

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After qualifying for the semi-finals of the Europa League at the expense of OL, West Ham organized on their social network Moussa Dembele. The Lyon striker was behind the ouster of Aaron Cresswell in the first leg and distinguished himself in the blink of an eye. The hammers have not forgotten.

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Moussa Dembele returns to Boomerang. This Thursday, OL were swiftly defeated in the second leg of the Europa League (3–0) quarter-final against West Ham at the Gruppa Stadium, ending in this stage of the competition. The London club has not forgotten the wink it felt at a lodger with the Lyon striker and reposted it on their social networks.

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‘Football has a weird way for you to come back,’ Moyes warns

During the first leg (1-1) last week, Moussa Dembele caused a break before the break for Aaron Cresswell, who was in the last defender position at the time of his intervention. And after this decisive action a teammate was shot in the eye. The spade did not seem very obvious but the Londoners took the gesture as a crime.

In a press conference last Saturday, Hammers coach David Moyes warned Dembele: “This game has a strange way of coming back to catch up with you, you never know, the former Manchester United coach slipped. When. You talk about people who are down, or when you react in certain ways, sometimes it can come back at different times and come back to football in different ways. You can see the action, you can see that it happened. Unfortunately, it happened and it didn’t help us.”

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If West Ham had found themselves at 11 against 10 for a period, the London side had managed to get a positive result (1–1) before returning to the quarter-finals. A week later, Peter Boas’ players sank at home, who were nonetheless aiming for a final victory in the wake of President Jean-Michel Aulas and his “vision”.

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The forward holder of the attack, Moussa Dembele, did not find fault during this comeback quarter. Tenth in Ligue 1, OL was not guaranteed participation in European competition the following season and was only half an hour away from sixth in the Premier League. Les Goons will return to the Groupama Stadium this Sunday (5:05 pm) to welcome Bordeaux on the 32nd day of the Championship.

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