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Soccer player Mohammed Anas thanks wife and girlfriend in interview

Soccer player Mohammed Anas just gave his wife a big reason to be suspicious of him. Anas was interviewed after scoring two goals in his Free State Stars’ 2-2 draw with Ajax Cape Town on Friday. The Stars striker proceeded to thank his wife and his girlfriend in his interview.
 “My wife and my girlfriend … I mean my wife,” Anas said.

Clearly embarrassed, Anas tried to correct himself.

“Sorry … I’m so sorry. I mean my wife.”

Did Anas just mean his wife when he said “girlfriend,” or was that a complete screwup and the most embarrassing way ever to reveal an affair? Who knows, but Anas will definitely be sleeping on the couch after that one.

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