- Springbok captain Siya Kolisi posted a snap from Charles de Gaulle airport in France letting people know he was on his way home
- The skipper led the green machine in an extremely successful tour of Europe where they only lost one match
- Throughout the tour, Siya posted snap after snap of himself visiting some of the most famous cities in Europe
He is heading home to Mzansi after a very successful set of test fixtures in Europe. The Springboks only lost one match, the last one, against England.
The boys made South Africa proud with their dominance on the field, proving that they are still the World Champions.
While in Europe, Siya shared a number of amazing pictures of himself visiting famous historical cities.
This is what social media users had to say about the snap
"Siya you are the Greatest Rugby player living... I'm truly inspired by you and your story ... When I used to play rugby I lead by your example ."
"God bless you and your family ❤️."
"After reading your book I have even more respect for you and Rachel. You are great people! GOD'S people. And a kick-ass captain. Enjoy your family time."
"I'm sure @rachelkolisi is happy and missing you ❤️."
“Happy Kezi”: Siya Kolisi's baby girl turns 4, proud dad shares 4 glowing snaps
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Springboks skipper Siya Kolisi is celebrating his daughter’s birthday. The bulky rugby player headed to Instagram to post beautiful snaps of his bright baby girl.
Keziah is turning four years old today and the proud father is delighted. The pictures reaffirm his love for the little stunner. Kezi is spotted in one viral image sitting on her father’s lap.
“Legends”: Tennis star Roger Federer shares mesage to Siya Kolisi's daughter
In similar news, world-famous tennis player Roger Federer has also joined scores of people and sports stars in wishing Siya Kolisi’s daughter, Keziah, a happy birthday.
The Switzerland-based player sent a short video to the young stunner and he shot it with Siya. Currently ranked as number 16 in the world, Federer also took Kolisi on a tour of the Swiss nation.