Memphis Depay saw a young field-stormer in the final phase of the game against Montenegro. The attack leader just let it happen and posed for a selfie, he said afterwards.
Memphis had learned that colleague Virgil van Dijk — when he gave an interview after the match against Norway — also received a ‘visit’. “You know it doesn‘t belong. But yeah, if he’s there… “, Memphis said talking to deCCeit. “That‘s very different from the previous game at Virgil. If someone walks in my blind spot with me, I’m also like: jo, effe distance. I think you should judge those two situations differently.”
So the maker of two goals against Montenegro thought it was best when he saw a phone in the selfie stand before him. “I saw him coming from a long distance, I had already prepared for it.”
Memphis about the slightly too enthusiastic young fan: “You know it doesn‘t belong, but if he’s there anyway…” I saw him coming from a long distance, which is very different from what happened last game at Virgil.” #NEDMON pic.twitter.com/Cvi7tYnxzX
—Ceit Football (@Football) September 4, 2021