SA Amused by Bonginkosi Ntuli’s Iconic Goal Video As Tributes Pour in: “Will Forever Be Legendary”

SA Amused by Bonginkosi Ntuli’s Iconic Goal Video As Tributes Pour in: “Will Forever Be Legendary”

  • South Africans are looking back at the controversial goal scored by AmaZulu FC forward Bonginkosi Ntuli
  • A video of the former Mamelodi Sundowns striker slyly getting a free kick surfaced after the news of his death
  • Social media users looked back at the hilarious moment as tributes poured in for the footballer

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Another celebrity has passed away in just the first week of November, leaving a sombre mood across the country, like the death of AmaZulu FC striker Bonginkosi Ntuli, who passed away on Sunday, 5 November.

AmaZulu striker Bonginkosi Ntuli getting his iconic penalty free kick during clash with Lamontville Golden Arrows.
South Africans remember Bonginkosi Ntuli for his hilarious freekick during a match with Lamontville Golden Arrows. Images: @DJNAVES, @hlubi_stone, @WWIL_M
Source: Twitter

But true to Mzansi style, there's always a way to turn lemons into lemonades, and that's what some people did when an old video of the footballer resurfaced.

Video of late Bonginkosi Ntuli's iconic penalty resurfaces

A clip of the footballer getting a free kick during a match with Golden Arrows after a handball that gets his team a goal resurfaced. After scoring, he gestures for the viewers to keep quiet about it.

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A Twitter user, @hlubi_stone, shared the video and captioned it:

"RIP Bonginkosi Ntuli. You will always be famous."

Check out the video of the iconic moment below:

Mzansi remembers Bonginkosi Ntuli for his hilarious handball video

The clip brought nostalgic memories for the striker, who passed away at the age of 32 after a short battle with cancer. Here are some of the tributes that came in:

@spopovxcc was amused:

"This will forever be legendary."

@Psyrus_10false9 remembered:

"The only man to outwit Gomes."

@james_morake wondered:

"Beyond belief referee and linesman missed this."

@LetsoaloBernard was entertained:

"Lol, I knew this was gonna pop up... legendary! RIP to Bonginkosi Ntuli

@VumaZuma guessed:

"I knew I would find this here."

@elTswanzoo commented:

"Long live man."

@Gweez88 weighed-in:

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"SA football is an embarrassment."

@Federationism said:

"Just Bonginkosi Ntuli things."

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