- A Twitter user posted how Kylian Mbappe saved them in their Afrikaans exam, without actually doing anything
- The football star was the subject of the Afrikaans reading comprehension and @IAmLadyWraith is a superfan
- Social media users loved the post and how hilarious it was that soccer could save an exam
Afrikaans can be a huge hurdle for some people, particularly when it is an Afrikaans exam and the dreaded comprehension question can leave many anxious.
Luckliy for a social media user, @IAmLadyWraith, their favourite soccer player was the subject of the comprehension. Killian Mbappe might not know it but he saved @IAmLadyWraith's exam mark.
@IAmLadyWraith posted the story on Twitter and people loved it.
"I'm going to tell my kids this man saved my Afrikaans mark."
"What was the comprehension about?"
"It was about him."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Kaizer Chiefs recently received an unexpected response from South African soccer fans after they took to their official Twitter page to share their well-wishes with South African matriculants who are writing their final exams for 2020.
"Good luck to all the matric candidates and all the students writing their exams. #Amakhosi4Life #MatricExams #Matric2020," they wrote.
Twitter users, avid soccer fans and South Africans seemingly could not help themselves from dragging the soccer team. Many of them shared their disappointment at the team's performance in recent games.
In other news, The 2020/21 PSL season is holding strong but many high profile coaches have been stuck at home due to unemployment. With PSL teams being known for making coaching changes it's no wonder so many have been watching the action from their homes.
Maritzburg United's head coach Eric Tinkler has lost all three of his opening PSL games while Patrick Aussems of the Black Leopards lost both of his opening games. These can be worrying times for coaches like these.
A noteworthy addition would be Josef Zinnbauer of Orlando Pirates, who had to fly back to Germany for a family emergency. However, these are coaches that are still employed, Briefly.co.za will take a look at some top coaches who aren't.
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