Barcelona transfer target and Olympique Lyonnaise football club of France forward, Memphis Depay was yet again in action today for his country, Netherlands in an international friendlies against Georgia.
The prolific and versatile forward was spectacular in his team's last game against Scotland where they played out a two all draw at full time been the hero of the day, as he netted a brace to rescued his team from suffering a defeat.
Memphis Depay in the last game reached a remarkable milestone for Netherlands as he managed to break a legendary record in goal scoring, with his tally been 25 to outscore Marco Van Basten 24 goals for Netherlands.
He was again on target today to extend his goal tally to 26 for Netherlands with the European Championships fast approaching.
Memphis Depay opened the scoring sheet in the 10th minutes of the game via a penalty as he put the ball away from the spot to make it one nil, which was the only goal that separated the two sides at half time.
In the second half of the game, the host continued their dominance as they were able to doubled their lead in the 55th minutes, with the goal opener Memphis Depay setting up an assist for Wout Weghorst to make it two goals to nil.
In the 76th minutes, Ryan Gravenberch extended the lead to make it three goals to nil at full time, as every other attempts put up from both ends to add more to the tally of the night were not successful.
Memphis Depay’s last seven International games:
⚽️ vs. Bosnia & Herz
⚽️ vs. Poland
🅰️ vs. Turkey
🅰️ vs. Latvia
⚽️⚽️ vs. Gibraltar
⚽️⚽ vs. Scotland
⚽ (A) vs Georgia.
Memphis Depay will then be optimistic of replicating his goal scoring form going into the Euros.
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