Former Manchester United winger Memphis Depay scored a once in a lifetime goal for Lyon over the weekend as his new side cruised to a 4-0 win over Toulouse.
The former PSV Eindhoven winger, who was brought to Old Trafford by his compatriot Louis van Gaal, failed to impress under the guise of Jose Mourinho and was sold in the January window.
However, the Red Devils were canny in their dealings, inserting a buy-back clause into the winger’s sale in case the former Chelsea manager realises he made a mistake.
Therefore, Depay’s goal in the win will certainly be turning heads in Manchester as they prepare for their FA Cup quarter final clash with Chelsea on Monday night.
Take a look at the goal below…
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Having bagged 50 goals in 124 performances in Holland, a lot was expected of Depay upon his arrival in Manchester, however, the 23-year-old could only muster seven goals for the Red Devils, in 53 showings.
Since his January move to Ligue 1, the Netherlands international has already bagged three goals, and as many assists, in nine appearances.