Ghana Defender Alidu Seidu Joins South African Singer Tyla’s Water Challenge: Video

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Ghana and Clermont Foot defender, Alidu Seidu has joined the trending TikTok challenge by South African Grammy-nominated singer, Tyla.

The versatile defender rejoined his teammates in France this week after the 2026 World Cup qualifiers against Madagascar and Comoros.

Seidu started the game against Madagascar and was replaced in the second half as the Black Stars defeated the Island nation in Kumasi.

However, he was an unused substitute in the 1-0 defeat in Moroni against Comoros.

In a video that has since been trending on social media, Seidu is seen dancing to Tyla’s global hit, Water.

The defender, in performing the challenge, had his water and sprinkled it on himself as he danced. His teammates burst into laughter as he showed his skills.

Seidu has been an important player for the Ligue 1 side since joining the club in 2019 as a youth team player before graduating to the senior side.
The 23-year-old has been attracting interest from some of the big clubs in France, but a decision has yet to be made about his future.
Seidu has already made ten Ligue 1 appearances this season, per transfermarkt.

Weah destroys Alidu Seidu during Ghana friendly

Earlier, Kimbiblog Sports reported that Juventus winger, Timothy Weah thrilled fans at GEODIS Park with a brilliant display of skill during the USA versus Ghana friendly in Nashville, Tennessee.

Weah played a pivotal role as the United States of America strolled to a 4-0 win against the Black Stars early Wednesday morning.

Timoty, the son of former Liberia president, George Weah, won a penalty which was converted by Christian Pulisic, before providing the assist for Folarin Balugon’s goal.
Comoros beat Ghana in World Cup qualifiers

Kimbiblog Sports also reported that Comoros have beaten Ghana for the second time in 24 months after a 1-0 victory in the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in Moroni on Tuesday.

Myziane Maolida’s first-half strike was enough as the little Island nation recorded an important win against the four-time African champions.

The Black Stars started the game on a bright note, with Inaki Williams finding strike partner Antoine Semenyo, but the Bournemouth forward missed the chance.

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