Twitter erupted as Cody Gakpo scored once again to spearhead the Netherlands to the knockout stages of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The Dutch managed to earn a 2-0 win against Qatar in the final group game of their World Cup on Tuesday, November 29. Gakpo opened the scoring for Louis van Gaal's side in the 26th minute of the game.
Frenkie de Jong doubled the advantage in the 49th minute of the game. They finished at the top of Group A with the win.
Memphis Depay and co. have managed to rack up seven points from their three group games. Senegal finished in second spot in Group A with a narrow 2-1 win against Ecuador.
Here are some of the best reactions across Twitter after Gakpo fired the Netherlands to the knockout stages of the 2022 FIFA World Cup:
Gakpo has now scored three goals in three games for the Oranje in the 2022 FIFA World Cup. He is turning out to be an exceptional player for the Netherlands and one of the breakout stars of the tournament.
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