Dimitri Payet produces brilliant skill with a piece of chewing gum

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We all know exactly what Dimitri Payet can do with a football.

The Frenchman arrived at West Ham last summer as a relatively unknown player. However, he wowed Premier League fans with his incredible ability as he scored nine league goals to help his side qualify for a Europa League place.

And, despite West Ham struggling this season, Payet has been in scintillating form once again.

He’s already provided an incredible assist for Michail Antonio against Watford earlier in the season with an incredible rabona.

He then scored an outrageous individual goal against Middlesbrough, beating three players before finishing.

While we’re all too aware what he can do with a football, we didn’t know what he could do with piece of chewing gum. Well, that was until now.

Ahead of West Ham’s clash with Sunderland, Payet decided he would do a few keepy-uppies with his gum.

Now, we’ve all seen Mesut Ozil do this, but we think Payet’s attempt is so much better.

As you can see, he spits out his gum, does four keepy-uppies before catching it back in his mouth.

Take a look at the video below:

While we’re very impressed with Payet’s skills, we can’t imagine it’s too hygienic kicking a gum with muddy football boots before chewing on it again.

Either way, we applaud Payet’s audacity.

Juggling chewing gum with your feet is definitely harder than it looks - give it a go and see for yourself...

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Mark Noble
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