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Ghanaian Player, Edwin Gyimah Went Viral For Scary Dance After Sekhukhune Stun Kaizer Chiefs (WATCH)

Ghanaian midfielder Edwin Gyimah has been all over social media after displaying scary dance moves following Sekhukhune United's victory over Kaizer Chiefs in the South African Premier League.

The 32-year-old, who also plays as a defender, starred for Sekhukhune after playing the entire game as they stunned Kaizer Chiefs at the Peter Mokoba Stadium.

Out of excitement, Gyimah led his teammates in celebrations by pulling out an outrageous dance in front of their fans.

In a video that has since gone viral on social media, Gyimah energetically swung his body as he made gestures signifying Chiefs have been beaten.

Gyimah has spent most of his career in South Africa, playing for the likes of SuperSport United, Black Aces, Orlando Pirates, Bidvest Wits and Black Leopards.

He had a short stint in Sweden, where he played for Helsingborg before returning to South Africa.

This season, the former Sekondi Hasaacas star has made 22 appearances in the league as Sekhukhune push for a top four finish.

Gyimah has been capped ten times by the senior national team of Ghana.

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that since the start of the Premier Soccer League in 1996, no team has had as many of its opponents sent off in a season as Kaizer Chiefs in the current campaign.

No less than nine players have been red-carded while trying to keep the Amakhosi at bay.

This has led to whispers and shouting about the merit of these dismissals, with many accusing referees of being biased in Kaizer Chiefs' favour.

Following a run of three consecutive stalemates, Mamelodi Sundowns returned to winning ways in the DStv Premiership this week following their 1-0 victory against Richards Bay at Loftus Versfeld on Tuesday afternoon.

Sundowns settled early and stroked the ball around with ease during the first five minutes of the game.

While Downs looked comfortable, Richards Bay provided no real threat in the opposition half and was reduced to defending their own quarters as a result of Sundowns’ early possession.


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