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Male fans Scream As Sholo Mwamba Girls Deliver Special Waist Dance During Ndondo Cup Final, Video
- Football fans witnessed something special during the Ndondo Cup final in Tanzania
- Salim Aiyee and Mashaka Pogba scored in each half as Madenge FC defeated Kibangu Rangers 2-0
- Sholo Mwamba entertained the crowd, and his ladies gave the make fans something to cheer about
Football fans in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, were thrilled by a special Sholo Mwamba performance during the Ndondo Cup final game on Sunday, September 3.
The encounter between Madenge FC and Kibangu Rangers pulled football fans from far and wide as this year’s edition of the competition ended in a dramatic fashion.
Salim Aiyee headed home his side’s first goal in the 43rd minute, sending fans in the arena into wild celebrations.
The feisty encounter saw Kibangu continue to search for the equaliser, coming close a number of times, but could not find the back of the net.
Madenge secured the title when Mashaka Pogba tucked home from close range in the 78th minute to seal a 2-0 victory, as per Azam TV.
However, the epic dancing by some ladies right after the game remains the major talking point.
While popular music artist Sholo Mwamba entertained the crowd, some ladies gave the fans something to cheer about.
The fans screamed as the girls, who were clad in traditional African cloth, took to their waists to thrill the audience.
Jamestupatupa shared the clip on Instagram, with the caption:
"Indeed, Ndondo Cup was very special as Madenge beat Kibangu Rangers two goals to zero, then Mwamba Sholo Mwamba thrilled the audience."
And fans have stormed the comment section to react. One made insinuations:
“Was it the same because of those things or??”
“Even girls, we are disgracing ourselves.”
A fan wrote:
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Sports Brief earlier reported that Tanzania's president Samia Suluhu Hassa was pictured handing over a fat wad of cash to players, earlier in the year.
This came following a CAF Confederations Cup encounter that they had won 1-0 against Ugandan team Vipers FC.
He had promised SC Simba and Young Africans SC five Tanzanian shillings ($2 135) for each goal they scored in African club competitions.