- A video being shared on social media has left Mzansi with warm feelings
- It shows South African rugby fans teaching Japanese fans the national anthem
- Many were touched by the beautiful moment of unity
A heart-warming video has shown how sport truly brings nations together. It shows South African Springbok supporters teaching Japanese fans the national anthem. The video was shared on social media and left many feeling extremely proud to be green and gold.
The video was shared by CapeTalk on Facebook. It has received over 1 000 reactions on social media. Many felt particularly patriotic after hearing the anthem. Facebook user Audrey Martheze Cresswell said:
"Love my SA, that's awesome Japan."
Tony De Villiers said:
"We've got the best anthem."
Randall William Thieras said:
"Got to love the Japanese."
David Balladon said:
"This is why I love rugby so much! People from opposing teams sitting right next to each other, enjoying the game."
Mo Bucknall said:
"The Japanese people have been wonderful hosts for this World Cup."
Malcolm Glaser said:
"Fantastic!! What will save this country is patriotism and unity."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that the love and respect that Japan has shown South Africa is clear for all to see and has touched Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus. An early sign of the admiration shown was that the host nation encouraged citizens to learn the South African national anthem. Thousands of local rugby fans even made the effort to attend the Springboks' training sessions for support.
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