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It has been unanimously decided in the office, that isiXhosa commentary on rugby is probably the best thing we have ever heard, it is so full of excitement.

 

Japan – We cannot get over how great the isiXhosa commentary on the rugby world cup has been. Can we understand every word? Nope! Can we feel the incredible passion and excitement? Heck yes!

If you have not had the pleasure of catching any commentary yet, we recommend you take a look at the video (or any video if you Google it) below. It had us smiling from ear to ear.

Basically, we now believe that isiXhosa makes rugby way more fun, even more so when it isn’t the bokke who are playing, we have more time to listen properly.

SuperSport loved the commentary on the All Blacks versus Canada so much; they shared the video online. It has started going viral, and we all know why… it’s so damn good!

Take a look at the best video you will see today, below.

“Beauden Barrett’s 81st minute fumble as he was about to score the 10th try for the All Blacks, with isiXhosa commentary, is the best video you’ll see all day…” – SuperSport


Sources: Twitter
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