It was all joy and a cheering moment for Ghanaians as Ghana Black Stars beat South Africa in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers played at Cape Coast Stadium in the central region of Ghana.
The match which came to an end with a surprising penalty to Ghanaians to get ahead of the game with a 1-0 win over South Africans has taken a turn on Social Media.
Ghanaians have topped in on Twitter to mock South Africans, and it has been back and forth with each other.
Meanwhile, South African's has started a petition on social media for Fifa to start the match again as it has about Ninety Thousand signees already.
Yet, in an Instagram live video sighted by Ghanaian blogger, King Bygone available on his YouTube channel, 2 Ghanaian footballers went live including Wakaso as they happily jubilate and mock South Africans over the loss.
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