On Sunday last week, the much awaited Sportpesa-sponsored friendly match between Hull City and Gor Mahia took place in a fully packed Kasarani Stadium.
Before kick off, the thousands of football fans in attendance were treated to pre match activities which included a small dancing competition.
The competition saw Hull City legend and club ambassador, Dean Windass go ahead to head with a Kenyan youth and what transpired was unexpected, with the 49-year-old legend flooring the much younger and energetic youth with his tummy flips and break dance moves.
The two were squaring up to the popular ‘Odi Dance’ song and despite the Kenyan youth mastering the national dance move, it’s the visitor who won the the locals hearts… Kama kweli, mcheza kwao hakutuzwa wakati huu.
Hull City went on to win the match 4-3 win on post match penalties after settling for a 0-0 draw.
Check out the video below.