Watch Holland score 'best team goal of the World Cup' as Memphis Depay nets against USA after 20 PASSES | The Sun

HOLLAND scored one of the goals of the World Cup so far against the USA as Memphis Depay finished off a breathtaking team move.

The Dutch booked their place in the quarter-finals with an accomplished 3-1 victory over the US in Qatar on Saturday.



And Depay's strike caught the eye as Louis van Gaal's men showcased the impressive talent throughout their team.

Holland played 20 uninterrupted passes in the lead-up to the Barcelona man's finish.

That is more than any Dutch World Cup goal since records began way back in 1966.

And football fans were gushing in their praise for Van Gaal's side as they produced a statement team goal during the last-16 clash.

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Reacting on social media, one person said: "Arguably the best team goal we'll see in #Qatar2022 because this will take something special to beat.

"Right from their own half, Holland worked it beautifully with tidy and timely passes until Depay fires home. Lovely move 👏."

While former Ireland international David Meyler added: "That’s my favourite goal of the World Cup so far.

"Beautiful football by the Dutch. Lovely one touch passing from back to front and a quality finish from Depay 👏🏼."

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And another fan said: "What a build up, what a goal. Memphis Depay 😮‍💨."

Depay has scored 15 goals in 17 appearances for Holland since Van Gaal returned to the national team in August 2021.

He is now second on the list of his country's all-time top scorers with 43 and is just seven behind record-holder Robin van Persie.

Next up for Holland is a quarter-final clash against either Argentina or Australia on Friday.

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