- Itumeleng Khune shared an adorable image of himself as a baby to both Twitter and Instagram recently
- Itu said in the caption that his daughter, baby Amogelang, is a "copy and paste version" of him back then
- Fans loved Itu's cute picture and many said he was born to be a goalkeeper judging from his hand placement in the throwback
Itumeleng Khune shared an adorable throwback picture of himself as a baby this past weekend. The soccer legend has been quite active on social media even though he attempted to take a break from the world selfies and oversharing just a month ago.
The 33-year-old posted his adorable baby picture to both Twitter and Instagram with the exact same caption. Khune basically said in the caption that his daughter, Amogelang, is a carbon copy of him. His caption read:
"Our daughter is a copy and paste version of me when I was young, wait until you see her. IIK32 who would have thought?"
Take a look at Itu's original tweet below:
Here's what some Saffa tweeps had to say to the soccer legend:
"No wonder Mrs Khune said she is leaving you with her in December cos Amo is your copy and not hers."
"You were already a goalkeeper in that picture, look at the hand."
"I see Chiefs sign already my captain."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Itu Khune melting thousands of hearts with an adorable family photo. Itu Khune recently took the time to share a love family photo on his Twitter page. In the picture, the doting dad can be seen spending some quality time with his gorgeous wife Sphelele and their beautiful daughter.
In the photo, Itu holds the adorable baby while his beautiful wife is full of smiles beside them. And who wouldn't be smiling, the whole moment just looks absolutely blissful and full of nothing but love.
Twitter users who obviously shared those sentiments reacted to the lovely family photo nearly 6 000 times while retweeting it 200 times. Meanwhile, many other fans and followers of the football star took to the comments section to share their thoughts in the comments section.
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