Siya Kolisi: Springboks Captain Spotted Singing and Dancing After Rugby World Cup Win, Video

Siya Kolisi: Springboks Captain Spotted Singing and Dancing After Rugby World Cup Win, Video

Raphael Abiola
updated at October 30, 2023 at 10:11 AM
  • Siya Kolisi was filmed singing and dancing on the pitch after the Springboks won the Rugby World Cup
  • The South African was seen singing in his native tongue alongside the appropriate dancing steps
  • The Springboks captain's viral video stirred a lot of reactions from fans on social media

The celebrations have not ended for the South Africa team as Springboks captain Siya Kolisi was spotted dancing and singing after they defeated New Zealand in the Rugby World Cup final.

The Springboks became the second team to win the Rugby World Cup back-to-back, after defeating the All-Blacks in Paris, France.

Kolisi was one of the best players in the competition and didn't hold back his joy as he continued to celebrate.

Siya Kolisi
Siya Kolisi celebrates at full-time after their team's victory during the Rugby World Cup. Photo: Franco Arland.
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The South African flanker was seen dancing and singing during an interview with SuperSport, and the video of his action went viral and stirred different reactions from Springboks fans on social media.

@SuperLife_LisG said:

"Siya is so very happy here shem.🤣 This excitement is incredibly nice"

@Tinzi_izotsho said:

"Ilokishi will always be there with you 😂😂"

@Kwest_West said:

"The greatest South African Rugby Kaptein of all-time. 🐐"

@MCCH2021 said:

"I loved that. The sheer joy for what they've been able to do for our country was contagious. It more than made up for all the heart palpitations they've given us for the last two weeks. 🤣 Siya Kolisi is a special leader and an even more special person."

@DieksTshabalala said:

"He's also so affectionate. He hugs and kisses. What a compassionate man!"

@its_Dinny said:

"One thing Siya kholisi will do, is give his mates cheek pecks"

Bok fans want a public holiday

South Africans are celebrating their epic victory over New Zealand in the Rugby World Cup final, as the Springboks became the first team to win the trophy four times.

While they are happy with the win, Springbok supporters are calling on the president to make Monday, October 30 a public holiday.

Ramaphosa previously joked that he would make the following day a public holiday if the Boks won, Sports Brief reported.

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Raphael Abiola is a Nigerian Sports Journalist with over five years of experience. He obtained a B.Tech degree in Computer Science from the Federal University of Technology, Akure, in 2015.
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