FC Barcelona new signing, Memphis Depay scored his first international Hatrick yesterday in a World Cup Qualification match against Turkey. The goals sees his moves into the Netherlands top 10 international goalscorers of all time, with 33 goals so far.
Memphis has now scored 12 goals for National team in 2021, equalling the all-time record for goals in a calendar year set by Patrick Kluivert in 2000.
His performance for the Bluagranas since the beginning of this season has been topnotch. He registered 2 goals and created an assist in 3 La Liga matches so far.
His stamina, strength, and creativity in attacking department contributes significantly to Barcelona reformation after the departure of the iconic club legend, Lionel Messi. With the Dutch forward performance since his transfer to Barcelona, he has indeed proven to be formidable in leading the club.
He performed brilliantly in Preseason Friendly, right from his first appearance against Girona, which he scored his first goal in Barcelona shirt. He is a decisive player that can upset other big clubs in Europe. He is expected to feature by Ronald Koeman, as they begin their UEFA Champions league campaign against Bayern in the coming week.
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