Lakay began the game at the Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille, which was overwhelmed by the title holders who went for the kill without hesitation, having 25 all out shots at Ronwen Williams' objective.
After the game a Bafana players had the potential chance to trade shirts with the resistance players who they generally just see on television and Lakay uncovered he got the pullover of left-back Digne.
"I got Lucas Digne's pullover. Clearly he is a left-back and I likewise needed his pullover," Lakay told Bafana's media group.
"Assuming I return home presently am clearly going to reflect to see what I can move along. That is My main thing even at club level.
"I check out at individuals that play in Europe in my situation or full-backs for instance. He is one of the players, clearly he is playing at Aston Villa and they are playing great football right now.
"It's him, Joao Cancelo, then, at that point, you got Jordi Alba. So clearly for me it was nice sentiment playing against him and getting his shirt."
Source link: https://www.idiskitimes.co.za/local/bafana-bafana/lakay-reveals-whose-shirt-he-got/
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