In Summary

  • The 29-year-old Borrusia Dortmund  striker scored the winning goal against the Super Eagles
  • Priscillia, Sebastien Haller’s wife, took to social media to express her pride and admiration for her husband’s incredible feat.

Sebastien Haller  was the comeback hero as the Ivory Coast lifted the Africa Nations Cup in front of their own fans.

Sebastien Haller’s journey from battling cancer to becoming the hero of the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2023 final is a journey of resilience that captured the spirit of perseverance as Ivory coast clinched the AFCON

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Sebastien Scores Winning Goal

Sebastien Haller celebrates after scoring for Ivory Coast at AFCON 2023 | Credit: Instagram

 

The 29-year-old Borussia Dortmund  striker scored the winning goal against the Super Eagles of Nigeria in the final of the AFCON 2023, on Sunday night, February 11.

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Sebastien Haller’s Wife

Priscillia Haller sent a heartfelt message to Sebastien Haller on Instagram after he scored the winning goal to give Ivory Coast the AFCON 2023 title | Credit: Ig story

 

Priscillia, Sebastien Haller’s wife, took to social media to express her pride and admiration for her husband’s incredible feat.

In a heartfelt post accompanied by a picture of the couple, she wrote  a simple yet powerful message: “You’re awesome, honey.”

Sebastien Haller’s wife, Priscilla Haller, is a mother of three children and a social media influencer with close to 25k followers.

The soccer couple has been together since 2012 .

Coming back from cancer
Sebastien Haller pictured in hospital after completing step 1 of his treatment for a testicular tumor.
Twitter/@HallerSeb

 

In July 2022, just two weeks after joining the Bundesliga side, Haller was diagnosed with testicular cancer.

“Of course, you realise it is something really serious that is happening, that a lot of things can change,” Haller told BBC Sport last year.

“But the urologist helped me not to be scared. He said I could heal well. I took all his words for granted.”

January 2023 that Haller returned to full training, after two surgeries and various rounds of chemotherapy.

 

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