Siya Kolisi Eben Etzebeth

Siya Kolisi and Eben Etzebeth have playful banter. Image via Instagram @siyakolisi.

Siya Kolisi to Etzebeth: ‘I see I’ve moved last in the friendship order’

Springboks captain Siya Kolisi feels he’s last in Eben Etzebeth’s friendship order after moving to Racing 92, here’s why.

Siya Kolisi Eben Etzebeth

Siya Kolisi and Eben Etzebeth have playful banter. Image via Instagram @siyakolisi.

Springboks captain Siya Kolisi playfully noted that he had moved to last spot in Springboks lock Eben Etzebeth’s “friendship order” via an Instagram post on Tuesday 28 November.

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Siya Kolisi and Eben Etzebeth are known to be best friends, always spending lots of time together on and off the field. Both of the Springboks played for Durban-based rugby team, The Sharks until Siya moved to Paris, France to join Paris-based rugby team Racing 92.

And it seems Etzebeth is already missing his former teammate and best friend. The Springboks lock took to Instagram to share a photo of his return to the Sharks squad. Take a look…

Kolisi then jumped to the comments section with two emojiis, but Etzebeth quickly cut him off.

“@siyakolisi if you not in my team, I don’t want you in my comments,” he replied.

Etzebeth then marked one month since the Springboks won the Rugby World Cup with a post and placed the photo with Kolisi last. Take a look…

“@ebenetzebeth4 I see I’ve moved last in the friendship order 🙄,”commented Kolisi.

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This comes after Kolisi made his debut at Paris rugby team Racing 92 on Sunday evening (26 November). Siya played 54 minutes for the team as they were victorious against La Rochelle 32-10. This helped Racing 92 secure a spot at the top of the Top 14 log.

Following the victory, the 32-year-old shared photos of himself in Racing 92 gear in an Instagram post. Take a look…

Siya joined the Paris-based team after he led the Springboks to becoming double Rugby World Cup champions in October as the South African national team defeated the All Blacks in the final. The rugby star’s wife Rachel Kolisi and kids Nicholas (9) and Keziah (6) moved to Paris in August this year.

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