A Nigerian person took my young lady. Nigerians have taken everything from us – South African man howls after nation’s loss to Nigeria at AFCON
A South African man has gone on X to mourn after his nation lost to Nigeria at the AFCON semi-last game.
After the match on Wednesday, Feb. 7, South Africans on the virtual entertainment stage X joined X Spaces to visit about the match.
One South African what spoke’s identity is heard whining harshly about South Africa’s loss.
He said: “My heart is broken in light of the fact that we had possibilities. You know, we ought to have dominated the match. Nigeria were fortunate. We were poor in getting done, you know.
“You know, this game, I truly needed to win it on the grounds that a Nigerian person took my young lady, you know. Presently he accepted my euphoria also. I have nothing left. Amanpiano has a place with Nigeria now. Every one of the young ladies have a place with Nigeria. They took everything. We are stripped at the present time, the South Africans, we didn’t get anything, you know.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria have equipped for the 2023 Africa Cup of Country last in Ivory Coast.
Nigeria crushed South Africa on punishments in the semi-last conflict at the Stade de la Bouake on Wednesday, February 7, to progress to the last stage.
The match was settled on punishments following 120 minutes of football finished 1-1 with the two countries scoring in the last part.
The Super Falcons scored four of their punishments while Bafana missed two of theirs.
Super Birds goalie, Stanley Nwabali was the legend of the night as he saved two extra shots in the shootout.
Super Hawks of Nigeria and Bayern Leverkusen striker, Victor Boniface has ridiculed South Africa expressing that it will be challenging for Nigerians to get a South Africa visa after their misfortune to the Super Falcons in the semi-last of the 2023 Africa Cup of Countries.
Nigeria crushed Bafana 4-2 on Punishments to meet all requirements for the last of the opposition. The game finished 1-1 following 120 minutes on Wednesday night, February 7, then, at that point, moved to punishments which Nigeria won.
Responding to the success, Victor Boniface;