Football Supporters in the African Migrant Community of Yoville

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Fans of Nigeria gathered to watch the soccer game between the Nigeria... News PhotoAfrica,African Cup of Nations,Celebration,Fan - Enthusiast,Flag,Group Of People,Happiness,Horizontal,Human Interest,Immigrant,International Team Soccer,Johannesburg,Mali,National Team,Nigeria,Nigeria National Soccer Team,People,Semifinal Round,Shirt,Soccer,Soccer Uniform,South Africa,Sport,Sports Jersey,Sports Uniform,Street,Success,Waist Up,Watching,WinningPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Jonathan TorgovnikYOVILLE, JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - FEBRUARY 6, 2012: Fans of Nigeria gathered to watch the soccer game between the Nigeria and Mali, which is one of the semi-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations, taking place in South Africa February 6, 2012 in Yoville, Johannesburg, South Africa. Yeoville is a community of migrants, mostly economic migrants from all over Africa. It is a vibrant, colourful, often chaotic pan-African area. Nigeria won the match, and went on to win the final of the tournament as well. (Photo by Jonathan Torgovnik/Getty Images)