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Victor Wanyama: Kenyan Midfielder Addresses Viral Video of Him Running in Undies After MLS Game
- Wanyama was spotted running in his inner wear after CF Montreal’s game on Sunday, May 15
- The midfielder has now come out to address the video, as he disclosed he gave his football attire to an elderly fan who travelled a long way to watch the game
- CF Montreal have now gone eight games unbeaten after the 2-0 win over Charlotte, after initially failing to win their first three games
Kenyan midfielder Victor Wanyama has taken to address the viral video of him running in his innerwear after a game.
A video has been doing rounds on Tiktok showing Wanyama in his undies after CF Montreal’s 2-0 win over Charlotte on Sunday, May 15.
The midfielder looked like he was jogging back to the dressing room, but the fact that he had no shorts left his teammates in stitches.
Barely 48 hours after the funny incident and Wanyama has taken to social media to explain what transpired.
"A lot of fans have been asking if I gave out both my jersey and my shorts in the Charlotte game and the answer is yes.” He said.
“I gave one of the fans my jersey and while I was approaching the dressing room there was one elderly fan who approached me and told me he drove for seven hours to just come and see me and the team play so he would love to go back with any merchandise that he can remember. I said why not, he had sacrificed a lot to drive seven hours to come and watch us play and I decided to give him my shorts and he was very happy.”
It isn’t difficult to see why a fan would want Wanyama’s shirt, as the midfielder has become a household name since his move to Major League Soccer.
From midfield, he has scored four goals for his side, two coming in each of the last two seasons since joining the club.
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On Sunday, he was making a return to the team after serving a suspension for picking up five yellow cards.
Montreal Impact started the season poorly, losing their opening three games, but the team has since gone on an eight-match unbeaten run.
Drogba, Eto’o in Kenya
Elsewhere, Sports Brief reported that football legends Didier Drogba and Samuel Eto'o are among the dignitaries set to attend the 9th edition of the Africities summit
The two football icons are expected to deliver an address related to football and sports on the sidelines of the 9th Edition of Africities conference in the lakeside city.
.Both Drogba and Eto’o enjoyed illustrious football careers during their playing days, with Drogba winning the Premier League on four occasions.