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Nigerian Striker Jokes About Visa Trouble After Super Eagles’ Win

Victor Boniface, a striker for Bayern Leverkusen and Nigeria, responded to his team’s victory over South Africa during the present Africa Cup of Nations, or AFCON, in Ivory Coast.

Stanley Nwabali, the goalkeeper, stopped two penalty kicks as the Super Eagles defeated Bafana Bafana 4-2 to advance to the championship game.

After two second-half spot-kick goals from both teams, the highly suspenseful semifinal match finished in a 1-1 draw after regulation and overtime.

After the victory, Boniface, who was forced to withdraw from the competition due to a hamstring injury, expressed his concern about how challenging it would be to obtain a South African visa at this time.

“To be a Nigerian…”You don’t know what God has done for you in this beautiful country,” the man from Bayer Leverkusen commented on X.

He said, “To get South Africa VIsa go hard die now.”

Nigeria will now compete against the tournament’s host country, Ivory Coast, in the championship match on Sunday. On Saturday, South Africa and Democratic Republic of the Congo will face off for third place.

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