AFCON Semi-Final: White Man Gives Scoreline of Nigeria Vs South Africa Match in TikTok Video

AFCON Semi-Final: White Man Gives Scoreline of Nigeria Vs South Africa Match in TikTok Video

  • A man has given his prediction of the outcome of the two semi-final matches in the ongoing African Cup of Nations
  • For the first match involving Nigeria's Super Eagles and the Bafana Bafana of South Africa, he stated what the scoreline would be and the player to put the ball in the net
  • His predictions of both matches did not sit well with some football lovers, while others gave their scorelines

Ahead of the semi-final games, a white man has predicted the teams that would make it to the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) final on Sunday, February 11.

In a TikTok video, @callum_wm said the match between Nigeria and South Africa on Wednesday, February 7, would end in a one-nil scoreline in favour of the Super Eagles.

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There were mixed reactions as a white man predicted the final score in the Nigeria vs South Africa match, asking who would score a goal
He said Alex Iwobi would score in Nigeria's semi-final match. Photo Credit: @callum_wm, X/(@Alookman_)
Source: UGC

@callum_wm added that Fulham midfielder Alexander Chuka Iwobi would be the only scorer in the match.

In the second game involving Ivory Coast and DR Congo, @callum_wm said it would end with two goals in favour of the Central African nation.

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He said Nicolas Pepe would score The Elephants' only goal.

Watch the video below:

People react to man's AFCON prediction

Raja said:

"You will be surprised."

Simply pc said:

"Oh, please, make sure this man doesn't bring bad luck to us, please. We are relying on God; we believe Nigeria will win."


"You change your mind today support Nigeria .. please anything you support always lose .. Nigeria don't need your support... support SA.. thank you."

User256 said:

"DR Congo shall win the trophy watch the space."

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Who said:

"The scripts are already there south africa will win this afcon."

Awesome tiny said:

"You guys know how to handle things; just wrap up this AFCON, so I can hear some good news.."

Riri said:

"There’s no way we’re winning against SA with that goalkeeper there."

Mthokozisi Radebe said:

"Since the tournament started you put us on the losing side but we're in the semi-final now."

Mzansi men want to flock to Cape Verde Island for the women

Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that South African men were drooling at women from the Cape Verde Islands.

This was after the female fans supporting the Cape Verde side during their quarterfinal encounter with Bafana Bafana went viral.

Men from South Africa promised to flock to the small island, which displeased Ntsiki Mazwai.

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