UNUSUAL – Unusual scene this Saturday 4 September in Eindhoven in the middle of a match between the Netherlands and Montenegro: a child entered the pitch in the middle of the match to take a selfie with Dutch striker Memphis Depay.

With two minutes remaining and the Oranje leading 4-0 (with two goals from Depay), the young boy stepped onto the pitch, cell phone in hand, towards the FC Barcelona striker.

This kid ran onto the pitch for a selfie with Memphis Depay and it’s so wholesome 😭 # OptusSportpic.twitter.com / aebjim9TYx

Proud of having succeeded, the child left running in the stands, without being intercepted by security, and under the cheers of the public.

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