Memphis Depay was on the score sheet for FC Barcelona as they cruise past Inter Miami 6-0 in their second friendly match in the pre-season. Memphis scored Barca's fifth goal of the night with a beautiful turn in the box. The fans in the stadium were delighted to see the goal scored by the Dutch international. Memphis' goal will go down in history as one of the best goals scored by Barca players. Depay also assisted Gavi on the fourth goal with a low corner inside the box.
There have been uncertainties about the future of Memphis Depay at Barcelona following the arrival of Robert Lewandowski and Raphinha. The Dutchman want more playing time this season to guarantee his chances of playing in the world cup for the Netherlands later this year.
Memphis prefers to stay at Barca and compete for his position but the Spanish giant is ready to receive offers for the Dutchman according to reports in Spain.
Check out what some people on social media had to say about the Memphis delay goal scored against Inter Miami.
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