Love – and liberality – was noticeable all around on Valentine's Day for South African footballer Dino Ndlovu who talented his significant other a Porsche 911 Carrera on Sunday.
Ndlovu, who was on the books of Mamelodi Sundowns somewhere in the range of 2009 and 2011, has played his football since 2018 in China for Zhejiang Greentown.
Dino Ndlovu additionally appreciated spells at Bloemfontein Celtic, SuperSport United and Mpumalanga Black Aces in the SA first class.
He has played eight matches taking all things together rivalries for Bafana, scoring one objective against the Seychelles in their 2019 AFCON qualifier at the FNB Arena.
Ndlovu offered his accomplice the Porsche which retails for between R2.5 to R3 million for the 2021 release.
In a video posted on his Instagram account, Dino Ndlovu apparently employed a piano player as well, with many roses on the lounge area table as he went hard and fast this present Valentine's Day to intrigue his accomplice.
Ndlovu stated, "The foe will lament playing with you! God is going to reestablish you greatly for the sake of Jesus! Prepare for bounteously over everything you can ask or think #HappyVday"
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