FIFA U17 WWC: Despite Losing to Nigeria, Germany Players Join Flamingos to Dance Kizz Daniel’s Odo

FIFA U17 WWC: Despite Losing to Nigeria, Germany Players Join Flamingos to Dance Kizz Daniel’s Odo

  • Kizz Daniel's latest track 'Cough' (Odo) has continued to make the airwaves and playlists across the world
  • Nigeria's Flamingos were spotted dancing to the song in celebration of their bronze at the FIFA U17 Women's World Cup
  • They were joined by their counterparts from Germany, with both teams bonding over dancing to the song

Nigeria's U17 women's football team, the Flamingos defeated Germany to win bronze at the FIFA U17 Women's World Cup in India.

Shortly after the victory, the team celebrated in a lobby of their hotel as they danced to the rave-of-the-moment song Cough by Kizz Daniel.

The Nigerian singer continues his music campaign with this super exciting harmony, which is sure to serenade minds and ears.

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Kizz Daniel will be proud of Flamingos after they recreated the 'Cough' dance in India. Photo: @ruthdavid90
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Trendy Beatz reports that Kizz Daniel has been making a lot of effort and trying his best, so that his audience never runs out of good melodies to listen to.

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His enticing track Buga (Lo Lo Lo), featuring Cartel boss Tekno, captured the minds of many music listeners both young and old.

And now the iconic dance from Cough was recreated in India by the history-making Flamingos, right after their win over Germany in third place play-off of the FIFA U17 Women's World Cup.

In an amazing fashion, some of the German players also joined the Nigerian girls as they all grooved together.

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Meanwhile, the captain of the Super Eagles of Nigeria, Ahmed Musa has announced a reward of N3million to the Flamingos, following their historic feat at the 2022 FIFA U17 Women's World Cup.

Against all odds, Flamingos finished third, defeating Germany in the third-place play-off to claim bronze on Sunday afternoon.

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After surrendering a 3-0 lead, Nigeria then edged out the Germans 3-2 at the penalty spot to earn their best finish in the competition's history.

NFF president lauds Flamingos despite loss to Colombia in semis

Sports Brief earlier reported that the newly elected president of the Nigeria Football Federation, Ibrahim Gusau has lauded the Flamingos despite their semi-final loss to Colombia at the ongoing FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup.

Gusau was in the stands at the Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Goa, India on Wednesday afternoon, when the Nigerian girls tackled the South Americans.

The game had ended 0-0 in regulation and proceeded to penalties, but Colombia scraped through after winning the shootout 6-5.

Source: Sports Brief News