- Springbok captain Siya Kolisi revealed how he recently had the opportunity to create personalised sweaters
- The World Cup winning captain took to social media and showcased the designs he created for his little family
- Kolisi's post went viral as thousands adored the heart-warming moment
Springbok captain Siya Kolisi has been having it.
The World Cup winning captain became the first black captain to lift the prestigious Webb Ellis trophy, was honoured by President Ramaphosa and even met Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp - all within the space of a few weeks.
However, one thing that has remained constant as the centre of his success is his beautiful family.
It's little wonder that a post showing appreciation for his family has proven to be a social media hit.
On Wednesday, Kolisi took to Instagram and revealed that he had the opportunity to create his own personalised sweaters.
The designs bore Kolisi's name and his iconic jersey number. The Bok captain included the following caption:
"A one-of-a-kind family needs a one-of-a-kind shirt. Thanks @adidas, @adidaslondon & @adidasza for a cool afternoon creating these masterpieces."
Briefly.co.za gauged some of the feedback as the post attracted more than 12 000 likes.
Zucaconti shared interest from abroad:
"OK! Send me to Argentina Bro!"
Dylanjahnig admired the gesture:
"This is brilliant / the dream bro."
Howiekahn78 kept it short, but sweet:
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