Mali hosted the Coupe Kalifa Coulibaly tournament which has ended successfully.
However, the top-scorer of the tournament received a cow as the prize.The second top-scorer also received a sheep as a prize.
Meanwhile, Ghanaians wondered why Mali decided to give a livestock animal to top socorers after the tournament ended. The two to Players were awarded a cow and goat respectively.
According to a social media user, that is the Ballon D'or of Africa. The golden boot was replaced with a cow and the second runner-up received a cow.
Most people were shocked to see this for the first time happen in African football tournament.
It looks like the second runner wasn't happy with the prize and the expressing on his face seems like he was crying.
Oh Africans are full of surprises and you cannot never predict them. To give a player after a tournament a cow and sheep as a prize for what specifically? It looks like the player himself was very disappointed and not happy.
You've got to love African football.
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