"Tape on the wrist" - Siya Kolisi's son makes debut for Racing 92 - Ruck

“Tape on the wrist” – Siya Kolisi’s son makes debut for Racing 92

Double Rugby World Cup-winner and South Africa captain Siya Kolisi has shared a video clip of his son scoring a try for Racing 92.

Taking to his Instagram page, the father of two shared a sneak peek of the rugby game and in his caption, and wrote, “So proud of this one! Played his first game for Racing92. The tape on the wrist”

Social media users and friends flooded Siya’s comment section as they expressed that the boy takes after him:

“Siya’s spot in the Springboks squad is in danger. This guy will run circles around his dad.”

“I love seeing this. Dad’s supporting their kids. It’s my fondest memories of my parents as a kid and they still do to this day,” wrote another user.

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