Ruto Gives Origi & Wanyama a Tap on the Back Following Great Champions League Exploits

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Kenyans are a happy lot after the exploits of two of their sons in the Uefa Champions League.

Tottenham Hotspurs’ Victor Wanyama and Liverpool’s Divock Origi are all set to square it out in this year’s Champions League Finals in Madrid after their teams both secured qualification in a tense and dramatic fashion.

Divock Origi inspired Liverpool to Victory at Anfield against Lionel Messi’s Barcelona as he scored the first and the winning goal as Liverpool cruised to a 4-0 win and 4-3 on aggregate win against Barcelona.

Wanyama on the other hand played a part in Tottenham’s hard fought 3-2 win over Ajax in Amsterdam to help the Londoners secure a Champions League Final spot for the First time in their history.

Wanyama and Origi’s exploits in the Grandest Stage of the all therefore means that two individuals with Kenyan roots will grace this year’s finals. This has led to unprecedented joy in Kenya with Kenyans and Political leaders congratulating the duo.

Deputy President William Ruto has not been left behind in this regard with the Country’s second in command congratulating both Divock Origi and Victor Wanyama for a successful Champions League Campaign.

Ruto has lauded the duo for displaying fierce competitiveness and a devastating finish to complete an epic turnaround that led their respective teams to victory.

He further wished them all the best as they head to the finals in Madrid.

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“With the teams facing improbable tasks of reaching the #UCLfinal, the lads, especially Origi, displayed fierce competitiveness, devastating finishing to complete an epic turnaround and crown victory. All the best in the Madrid showpiece,” Said Ruto.

The 2019 UEFA Champions League Final will be the final match of the 2018–19 UEFA Champions League, to be played at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid, Spain on 1 June 2019, between English sides Tottenham Hotspur, in their first ever final, and Liverpool, the finalists of the previous season.

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