Dirk Kuyt may be nearing the end of his football career, but the 36-year-old showed he’s still got plenty left in the tank at the weekend.
The former Liverpool striker is winding down his career in his homeland while playing for Feyenoord.
However Kuyt isn’t going to go quietly, as he scored two delicious goals in his team’s 4-1 victory over their Rotterdam neighbours, Excelsior.
Kuyt’s first goal was an exquisite half-volley from the edge of the area, a goal which brought Feyernood back into the game after they trailed 1-0 in the first-half.
The veteran front-man then doubled his tally on the hour mark and bettered his first effort by using his chest to control a delightful pass, before slotting the ball into the net:
Kuyt scored 51 goals in 208 games for Liverpool, however despite his far from prolific goal-scoring ratio, he became a firm fan-favourite on Anfield.
Surely a player who could be called upon, after his playing days are over, to give a helping hand at Melwood?