Orange humiliates Turkey: hattrick Memphis, top World Cup Qualification Group

The Dutch team has done excellent business in the fight for a World Cup ticket. In the Johan Cruijff Arena, Turkey was set aside with sparkling football. After more than ninety minutes of play, there was a 6-1 final score on the scoreboard. Memphis Depay was the big man with his first hat trick employed by Orange.
The Netherlands jumped against Turkey and had a 1-0 lead within sixty seconds. Davy Klaassen completed a wonderful attack, after a nice combination with Memphis.

What a dream start! Klaassen turns it 1-0 in a minute! #nedtur pic.twitter.com/Ymr8t41ixX
—Ceit Football (@Football) September 7, 2021

Turkey did not know what happened to it in the early stages of the game and soon had to swallow a second match. Again, there was a wonderful combination between Klaassen and Memphis at the base of the hit. Memphis whipped the ball to the Ajax midfielder, who in turn gave it back to Memphis with great sense. He took the ball well and shot a good hit: 2-0.

Memphis, Klaassen, Memphis. It‘s 2-0 for Orange! What a nice attack… #nedtur pic.twitter.com/FinchGU4O
—Ceit Football (@Football) September 7, 2021

Before rest, the Netherlands had the chance to decide the game. The ball went on the spot after an offense on Klaassen. The VAR was still looking at the moment, because Memphis was in an offside position, but he did not participate in the game. Referee Daniele Orsato had the penalty taken and Memphis did know the odds. With a Panenka, he took care of the 3-0.

Confidence, peace, calm, and goal. Memphis stays cool and takes advantage of the penalty… 3-0! #nedtur pic.twitter.com/xMxoq9IoLy
—Ceit Football (@Football) September 7, 2021

With a 3-0 lag behind in the Johan Cruijff Arena, it only became even more difficult for Turkey just before rest, when Caglar Söyüncü took his second yellow card after a crass offense on Memphis. Orsato was inexorable and sent Leicester City defender to the locker room.
In the second half, the Netherlands had the chance to go further with a man and did so. Memphis took care of the 4-0 with his hat-trick and worked the ball against the ropes after well prepared work by Steven Bergwijn and Steven Berghuis. It was goal number 33 for Memphis in Orange, making him equal with Abe Lenstra and Johan Cruijff.

3 ️ ⃣ HATTRICK! Memphis makes its third goal of the evening and the fourth of Orange! It’s a hassle-free evening in Amsterdam… #nedtur pic.twitter.com/Pr2AbHHsv4
—Ceit Football (@Football) September 7, 2021

With a big lead in his pocket, Van Gaal decided to award Devyne Rensch his debut in Orange and Guus Til also got a few minutes to impress. The Feyenoord midfielder repaid that trust: he shot the 5-0 through Turkey goalkeeper Ugurcan Cakir. The final agreement seemed to Donyell Malen – who made it 6-0 after fine preparatory work by debutant Rensch – but Turkey reached 6-1 by a Cengiz Under goal just before time.

After the goal of Malen, it still goes wrong with Orange. Bijlow plays Van Dijk too short, substitute Dervisoglu is in between with a hard tackle in which he seems to hit Van Dijk hard. However, it is allowed to go through and so Ünder can still put a patch on the deep wound: 6-1. pic.twitter.com/crLZ8olAoW
—Ceit Football (@Football) September 7, 2021

The victory brings Orange to thirteen points, just like Norway.

🇳🇱! ⚡️ Thanks for your amazing support, fans! 🧡 #WCQ2022 #NEDTUR pic.twitter.com/SHei8Knv54
— Our Orange (@OnsOranje) September 7, 2021