BARCELONA star Memphis Depay put on a show for his adoring fans in Ghana after showing off his silky skills on a mud court in Accra.
The 28-year-old, who was born to a Ghanaian father, regularly visits the African country during his vacations as he leads several community projects there.
And after the international break, the ex-Manchester United winger traveled to Ghana with fellow Dutchman Quincy Promes.
The former Lyon shooter recently unveiled a newly built bathroom and toilet for Ghana’s Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind.
He also donated exercise equipment and a number of other items to the children.
Depay then showed his talent on the grassless pitch at Madina Astroturf Park alongside Spartak Moscow ace Promes.
Depay and Promes proved too hot to deal with the opposition as they ran rings around them.
They just played with the players as they played the ball around them with ease.
At one point in the video shared by a Ghanaian reporter Owuraku AmpofoDepay even ran away celebrating like Alan Shearer after cheating two players.
It’s not just Depay and Promes who have proven they are men of the people afterwards Sadio Mane, El Hadgi Diouf and Djibril Cisse played soccer on a muddy pitch in Senegal.
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Images from Senegalese broadcaster wiwsport showed a sizeable crowd turned out to see the legends in action at Manes’ old pitch.
The only problem was that it rained cats and dogs throughout the game, making the pitch thick with mud.
Mane even nearly slipped in the mud once when the ball was stolen from him.
Mane wrote on his Instagram account: “Back to the source with a gala match at Bambaly Square where it all started!!!
“A big thank you to my brothers @papissdembacisse @mbayediagne909 @desire.segbeand without forgetting forever my idol saint @elhadji_diouf11_officiel.”
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/football/premier-league/5599526/barcelona-memphis-depay-ghana-skills/ Watch Barcelona star Memphis Depay display silky skills during a soccer match in Ghana