EXTRA TIME: Was Van Wyk looking for an illegal live stream of Manchester United vs. Chelsea?

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Was the Banyana star caught out on Twitter or was she asking an innocent question?

The South African ladies team star, Janine Van Wyk was happy with three points for her new American club, Houston Dash.

However she was also asking Twitter followers for a workable stream of the Manchester United vs. Chelsea game.

In case you didn't know, it's illegal to use illegal streams of sports events. Was Van Wyk asking for an illegal stream? Legal streams don't stop every two minutes unless you have a really bad Internet connection, which is quite unlikely in Van Wyk's case. She also wouldn't have to ask Twitter for a legal stream, because a legal subscriber should already have one.

So, we place a question mark on the matter and let's hope Dash can fix her up with a proper satellite channel of the Premier League on her TV soon.

We are spoilt with excellent broadcasting of football in South Africa. If you can't watch the game legally, you can at least follow our LIVE text commentary on Goal.com

Anyway, no matter where Van Wyk watched the game, as you can see, she found the game and really enjoyed it!

 

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