French top-flight side FC Clermont Foot jammed to the popular second sermon tune of Ghanaian rapper Black Sheriff after their famous 1-0 win over reigning Ligue 1 champions Lille on Saturday.
It is believe that the club’s 21-year-old midfielder Salis Abdul Samed, who hails from Ghana, is the one to have made the hit song popular among his teammates.
There was a kind of a knees-up in the dressing room as they danced to the hit song which is a massive endorsement for the Konongo-based musician.
This was after Vital N’Simba’s strike in the 32nd minute seal the points for the newly promoted side.
Jodel Dossou’s burst forward knocked the Lille backline off balance, and when Benjamin André meekly cleared the ball, N’Simba smashed a low half-volley beyond Grbic from 20 metres.
Samed played the entire duration of the match.
Black Sheriff performed at half-time during the final of the 2021 MTN FA Cup between AshantiGold and Hearts of Oak.
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Second sermon inside France – Clermont Foot FC… 🇬🇭🇫🇷 @blacksherif_
— Degraft Anti 🇬🇭 (@degraft_anti) October 17, 2021