Footballer thanks fans, wife... girlfriend - instantly regrets it

 
Footballer thanks fans, wife... girlfriend - instantly regrets it
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Much can happen on live TV when talking without thinking, much trouble, domestic trouble, which is something the Ghanaian footballer Mohammed Anas (22) brought upon himself when he lined up for a live interview after a match in the South African Premier League on Friday.

Anas scored both goals for Free State Stars and was named man of the match, in a 2-2 match against Ajax Cape Town, writes Fox Sports.

"I appreciate my fans, my wife and my girlfriend.

"I mean my wife! Sorry to say, I'm so sorry, my wife.

Anas quickly realizes that he has said something stupid, and starts on a sort of spontaneous tribute/excuse to his wife.

"I love you so much. I love you so much from my heart," says 22-year-old on the fly.

Naturally Twitter had a field day over the interview, with a host of hilarious comments:

"Guys Mohammed Anas is the future"

"Does anyone know whether Mohammed Anas is still married?"

"Two goals, two girls. Mohammed Anas."

"Good morning to Mohammed Anas, his wife and his girlfriend."

"Mohammed Anas scored two goals plus an own goal during his interview."



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