When it come to war and warfare, strategies plays an important role in who wins the battle. An enemy can have all the sophisticated defensive and offensive gadgets ( strength) but without the right strategies to deploy them, the battle will be lost.
Not only in warfare is strategy needed but in virtually every day to day step that is taken.
In the short video that is making rounds on social media, the Ghanaian dude of the rope had muscular tall men, while the US side, had men less muscular than the Ghanaian side.
In the end, the tug was won buy the US side, because they seemed to have strategically pulled the rope to defeat thier opponents.
It was a classical definition of the saying "For the strength of the pack is the wolf, and the strength of the wolf is the pack"
We can't show the video here, but if you search wider on the internet, you'll surely find it.
We have scenes from the video for you below.
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