Inaki Williams Hypes Up Younger Brother Nico Williams as He Eats Ghanaian Food Fufu: Video

Inaki Williams Hypes Up Younger Brother Nico Williams as He Eats Ghanaian Food Fufu: Video

Lukman Mumuni
updated at April 6, 2024 at 8:33 AM
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  • Inaki Williams and his brother Nico Williams were spotted eating fufu
  • The Ghanaian-Spanish brothers are having a good season in La Liga
  • The Williams brothers are on the verge of winning the Copa del Rey

Inaki Williams is the biggest hype-man for his younger brother, Nico Williams, both on and off the pitch.

The Williams brothers have become a symbol of strong family values in Bilbao following their relationship, and are a source of inspiration for people of African descent in Spain.

Inaki and Nico made history during the FIFA World Cup in Qatar after becoming the second Ghanaian brothers to represent different countries at the World Cup.

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Inaki Williams and his brother Nico Williams celebrate after scoring in a league game in Spain. Credit: @AthleticBilbao @addojunr.
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The siblings have also been in fine form this season for Athletic Bilbao, leading the Basque club to the final of the Copa del Rey.

On Wednesday afternoon, a video of the brothers has been trending on social media after Inaki appeared to be hyping up his brother who was about to eat the popular Ghanaian dish fufu.

The elder brother is heard speaking in the Ghanaian language, Twi, while their mother says for the goals.

This season, Inaki has scored 11 goals and provided five assists across all competitions as Athletic Bilbao continues their pursuit of a Champions League place finish, per Transfermarkt.

The 29-year-old is hoping to win the Copa Del Rey for the first time with his boyhood club.

GFA explains Williams' absence

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Athletic Bilbao forward Inaki Williams was excused from the friendlies against Nigeria and Uganda in March.

The Ghana Football Association explained the reasons for the absence of Williams, Joseph Paintsil and Thomas Partey for the trip to Marrakesh, Morocco, last month.

Although all three players are fit, Partey and Williams asked to be excused from the games while Painstil stayed behind to sort out immigration issues following his move to the United States, as reported by the Ghana FA.

Williams names hotel in Ghana after stadium

Sports Brief also reported that Black Stars forward, Inaki Williams named his newly-built hotel in Ghana after Athletic Bilbao's iconic stadium San Mames.

The Athletic Bilbao star named the hotel after his club's home venue, the San Mames Stadium, with the hotel situated in Akyem in the Eastern part of Ghana.

Williams missed the commissioning of the hotel due to his involvement with the Black Stars, who are currently training for the Africa Cup of Nations this month.

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Lukman Abdul Mumin is a Sports Journalist based in Accra, Ghana. He has been writing for the past five years. Lukman joined Sports Brief as an Editor for the Local Desk in 2022.