Manchester United star Memphis Depay has revealed that he still disappointed despite scoring twice in their 3-1 win over Club Brugge, according to reports from the Mirror.
The Red Devils have put one foot into the Champions League group stages by securing a 3-1 victory over the Belgian side, with Depay grabbing two brilliant goals in the fixture after going 1-0 down to a Michael Carrick own goal.
However, the Netherlands international admitted he was left frustrated that he missed the chance of scoring a hattrick in the second half, which would have allowed him to take home the match ball.
“I am happy of course that I scored and we won the game [but] of course I’m a little bit disappointed that I couldn’t finish the last two chances,” he said.
“We have to travel to Brugge and finish the job over there. I ended last season with a lot of goals and you have to come to a big club and do the job again. It’s a nice feeling to come to Old Trafford and score my first two goals.
“I am a little bit disappointed [about missing out on a hat-trick] and I will forget about it tomorrow but tonight I will think about that last chance.”
The 21-year-old arrived from PSV Eindhoven in a £25million deal back in May, becoming the club’s first major signing of the summer.
Last season Depay had a terrific campaign in the Eredivisie, scoring 28 goals in 40 appearances for PSV Eindhoven.
The winger will be optimistic of another good performance ahead of United’s game against Newcastle United at Old Trafford this weekend, with the Magpies shipping in four goals in their first two Premier League games.