Two late goals from Montenegro stopped Netherlands from qualifying for the 2022 World Cup last night. However, they only need a point in the last game to seal their spot in the tournament.
The Dutch team was leading with two goals till the 84th minute of the game before Montenegro equalized. Barcelona Star player Memphis Depay scored both goals for Netherlands. A first-half penalty and a brilliant goal in the second half.
Depay has not reached his full potential with Barca but he has been in excellent form for his country. With his two goals, he set 3 records last night.
Memphis Depay is now the 4th highest goalscorer in the history of Netherlands. He only needs 13 goals to be beat Robin Van Persie.
Depay has however overtaken Van Persie in the most goals scored for Netherlands in European World Cup qualifiers game.
Both goals from Depay take his tally to 11 in the ongoing qualifiers. He has also assisted 6 goals in the competition. No other player has scored more goals or has more goal contribution than him .
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