Emotional Moment Footballer Surprises His Mum With A Car Gift After 3 Years Away From Home (Video)
A football player surprised his mother with a visit after being away in South Africa for 3 years and their reunion was highly emotional.
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She was amazed, and tears collapsed as she brought her son to Malawi's home with her car gift.
The Malaui Football Association, sharing the video, said that the Limbikani Mzava was under national team responsibility when he visited his mother.
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"The three years in Malawi have not been Captain Limbikani Mzava, based in South Africa. He was in third AFCON qualifying on Thursday with a 1-0 lead over Uganda.
This morning he went to see his mom and took the gift from her."
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Malawi beat Uganda 1-0 on Monday evening to secure its place in Cameroon's 2021 AFCON competition.
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