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Watch: Dijon Goalkeeper Sends Memphis Depay Back To PSV

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Watch: Dijon Goalkeeper Sends Memphis Depay Back To PSV

Memphis Depay found himself on the scoresheet again in Lyon's 5-2 win over Dijon last night but he was also on the receiving end of a ruining from the opposition goalkeeper.

38 minutes into the game, with the score 1-1 after Naim Sliti had cancelled out Memphis' early opener, the Netherlands international pressed Baptiste Reynet after the ball had been played to him.

However, the 27-year old was ice-cool under pressure and Memphis discovered first-hand just how good a ball-playing goalkeeper he is.

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A deft little chop inside with his left-foot sent a chasing Depay all the back to his earlier days at PSV.


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He went tumbling across the floor - and some say he's still sliding as we speak. Reynet, proud of his skilful piece of play, cracked a cheeky smile as he looked back at Memphis on his backside.

Still, it was the former Manchester United No.7 who had the last laugh as his side won the game comfortably by a three-goal margin.

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After experiencing a dismal period in English football, the 24-year old has rediscovered his best form in France and is playing with a whole lot of confidence.

This season, Memphis boasts a brilliant tally of 19 goals and 14 assists in all competitions and has come on leaps and bounds since his Old Trafford nightmare.

Topics: Memphis, Football News, PSV, Football, Manchester United, Ligue One, Memphis Depay, Lyon

Josh Lawless
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