Rangers supporters have taken their love of Zambian international Fashion Sakala on the road as a clip of fans singing the striker’s song in Denmark goes viral online.
Gers fans are in Copenhagen to see their side take on Danish Champions Brondby in an exciting Europa League clash.
Rangers supporters have travelled to the Danish capital in their numbers and with numerous bars and restaurants in the Scandinavian city, Gers fans have plenty to keep themselves occupied.
In an uplifting clip in one of the city’s many boozers, Gers fans are filmed singing the Fashion Sakala song, which is to the tune of Zamina mina (Zangaléwa). Find the lyrics HERE.
Rangers fans get party started in Denmark
This track was popularised by Cameroonian makossa group Golden Sounds in the 1980s but had a comeback ahead of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa with Shakira track Waka Waka (This Time for Africa).
Singing “he comes from Zambia” in an ode to the striker’s homeland, the clip is sure to get Gers fans buzzing ahead of the clash with the Danish outfit.
The Zambian prince 👑 pic.twitter.com/l7n9UaEPiQ
— grant rudder (@grantrudder) November 3, 2021
The Bears are having a party and lets hope that the Ibrox squad can send the side home happy following the match against the Danish outfit.
Rangers know that a victory can take them one step closer to qualification for the knockout stages of the competition and – if other results go their way – put them within a win of the next round.
With Sparta Prague at Ibrox on the horizon, Rangers have the opportunity to go put themselves in a very good position ahead of matchday 5.
The Gers round off their Europa League group with a trip to runaway Group A leaders and Ligue 1 outfit Lyon.
Meanwhile, Ibrox striker Sakala has gifted a special Rangers jersey and scarf to the Zambian President during his visit to COP26.