West Ham manager David Moyes has been sent off after an altercation with a ball boy in their Europa League semi-final second leg loss to Eintracht Frankfurt.
Clearly frustrated, Moyes kicks a football in the direction of the ball boy, Eintracht players and officials react to the Scot’s anger.
Moyes’ men were beaten 1-0 and 3-1 on aggregate that night and their cause was not helped with Ryan Creswell’s 19th-minute sending off.
Moyes told BT Sport afterwards: “I’m really disappointed. This was an opportunity. I think we played against better teams than Frankfurt but if we’re honest we probably lost the game in the first 30 seconds at the London Stadium if we conceded a goal.
“From that moment we followed the game. It didn’t go for us here tonight, little things didn’t happen. But I’m really proud of the players, how they played with 10 men.
“We learned many things. Maybe over time we’ll get a little smarter and hopefully do it more often.”
On his late red card, Moyes added: “(I have) a lot of complaints. I kicked the ball back to the ball boy so I apologized for that. But he threw it at me very gently.”
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