Video: Nigeria legend Jay Jay Okocha schools Asamoah Gyan in Tennis, after winning in three sets game
- Former Nigeria captain Jay Jay Okocha showed class after coming from a set down to beat Asamoah Gyan in tennis
- The two legends clashed in a court in South Africa, with Okocha showing he is equally good in Tennis
- Asamoah Gyan recently won a Tennis double competition in Ghana before leaving for South Africa to do his punditry job
Nigerian football legend, Austin 'Jay Jay' Okocha, has earned the bragging right over Ghana's all time leading scorer Asamoah Gyan, after beating him in a Tennis game.
The two African football gods squared up on a court in Johannesburg, where Okocha showed dexterity by coming from a set down to finish the Ghanaian.
In a video posted on Tik Tok, and spotted by SportsBrief.com, Gyan is seen confessing that Okocha is the best in Tennis.
After the tennis game, Okocha made fun of the Ghanaian, telling him he is not at his level yet.
"He is dead. He wanted to bamba and chill with the big boys. But he is running," said Okocha.
Meanwhile, Asamoah Gyan took defeat in pride, admitting he was complacent after winning the first set.
"Honestly, he did well. First set I took it so I thought he was very very low to my standard. He did very very well, there were some balls I didn't think he will take but he did," said Gyan.
Both ex-players have been working as specialist analysts for South African based TV channel Super Sport, where they have been providing viewers with razor sharp analysis.
Ghana and Nigeria have both been eliminated from the Africa Cup of Nations after a disappointing campaign.
Asamoah Gyan and brother win Tennis double in Ghana
Earlier, SportsBrief.com reported that, Ghanaian football legend, Asamoah Gyan has dropped his boots for the rackets and cant seem to stop winning after he and his brother, Baffuor Gyan, won the Army Officer's Mess Tennis Court championship.
The former Ghana captain and his brother won the men's double at the event after brushing aside all opponents on their way to the ultimate prize.
In a photo posted on Twitter, sighted by SportsBrief.com, the terrific duo are seen showing their trophies after the tourney.
Source: Sports Brief News