TS Galaxy and Kaizer Chiefs Legend Bernard Parker Brings Fan to Tears
- A heart-warming video is currently doing rounds on social media
- It shows an emotional teenager trying his best to contain himself
- This is after he got to meet Kaizer Chiefs legend Bernard Parker
The saying goes that one should never meet their heroes for they could disappoint you.
If that is truly the case, then one fan of the legendary former Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana striker, Bernard Parker is truly lucky.
A video on Twitter showed the emotional unnamed youngster in tears while interacting with the current TS Galaxy player.
This was following the team's 2-1 victory over AmaZulu at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on Saturday.
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The teenager could not contain himself, clearly having met his hero for the very first time in his life and making the most of it.
A smiling and understanding Parker comforted the kid in an attempt to calm him down before the video ends.
He and another fan took a photo before the Chiefs legend scampered to the bus on the way to the airport as Galaxy prepared to fly back to Nelspruit in Mpumalanga.
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