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Victor Wanyama fans march through the streets of Kenya to support the injured midfielder

His Kenyan fans showed a serious level of dedication

Victor Wanyama has a seriously dedicated fanbase.

The Spurs destroyer has been out injured since hurting his knee in the first couple of weeks of the season.

But the people of his home nation of Kenya have not forgotten about him.

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Kenya’s leader

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Kenya’s leader

Kenya’s national team captain has returned to outdoor training and these photos will give him fresh drive to get back on the pitch.

The Tottenham Supporters’ Club in Kenya took to the streets to give their support and well wishes to the stricken defensive midfielder.

It’s something we would like to see if Harry Kane gets injured here.

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Would you do this for Kane Spurs fans?

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Would you do this for Kane Spurs fans?

Wanyama posted photos of the peaceful march on his Instagram account saying that he promises to come back better and stronger.

These pictures make you realise just how global the game of football really is.

There is obviously a specially held for one of the best players ever to come from Kenya and the leader of the national side.

The march was led by a car draped in ‘Wanyama get well soon banners’.

A procession of supporters all wearing Spurs shirts and t-shirts branded with ‘Team #BigVic’ followed as they walked down the streets of Machakos, a small town near Nairobi.

Wanyama is due to return to action in the New Year but could find his place in the side much harder to win back due to the form of Harry Winks.

Great scenes from the Kenyan supporters.