West Ham United full-back Arthur Masuaku added insult to injury on Saturday during the team’s FA Cup match against Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium.
David Moyes’s side had their dreams of progressing in the competition crushed by the League One club.
Will Grigg scored twice – once from the penalty spot – to stun the Premier League outfit.
During the game, the Hammers suffered a blow when Pedro Obiang was stretchered off with an injury.
The East London outfit also went down to 10 men when Masuaku was given a straight red card for appearing to spit at Wigan’s Nick Powell.
After the match, Moyes did not have any hesitation in criticising his player and insisted that he and the club will accept the punishment that comes Masuaku’s way.
According to The Express, the Scotsman told reporters:
“It was despicable. He will deserve everything he gets and he will get something he deserves from us. It’s unacceptable.”
The publication adds that former Tottenham Hotspur player Chris Waddle demanded that the Frenchman be given a “20-month ban”.