Soccer has many events. The World Cup, the European Champions League, the Euro, and even the Confederations Cup have all been enjoyed by many fans. While enjoying the game, the most important thing is the winning percentage. Animal fortune-telling is often done before soccer events, but what is the actual winning rate?
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In the 2000s, the practice of animals predicting the outcome of a big soccer tournament became mainstream. This is especially famous for the octopus Paul, which was previously bred in Germany, and was very well known among football fans. Nowadays, not only octopuses, but also parakeets and even camels have appeared. So what kind of animals are predicting the game?Buy more, save more with a Samsung Business Direct Account
The culture of predicting the outcome of a soccer match by animals has taken root thanks to Paul. Paul was born in 2008 and died in 2010, a common octopus kept at Sea Life, a German aquarium. The reason why this octopus became famous is that it hit all eight matches at the 2010 South Africa World Cup. Furthermore, at EURO 2008, he hit 4 out of 6 matches. It was a popular octopus that attracted worldwide attention because of its high hit rate.
Camilla, a camel famous as a fortune-telling animal, is making predictions for the 2022 World Cup. Camila expects Ecuador to win the match between hosts Qatar and Ecuador. Camila chose Ecuador from the easel with the national flags of both countries, but the result ended in a 0-2 victory for Ecuador. In addition, England is expected to win in the match between England and Iran in the second match. The result was a big win for England.
At the 2018 World Cup Russia tournament, the cat “Achilles” living in the museum in St. Petersburg played an active part. “Achilles” is a white cat who can’t hear, and Achilles chose to predict the winner using a bait tray with a national flag on it. This cat is known as the winning cat of Russia’s opening game. In addition, we made 4 games in the first league in a row. Other than that, he has a track record of hitting 3 out of 4 games in the 2017 Confederations Cup.Get 50% Off your first order at Just Right Pet Food!
In Nasu Town, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, there is an amazing parakeet at the zoo “Nasu Animal Kingdom”. This parakeet is called Olivia, and it hit the Japan national team’s wins and losses one after another, and achieved an amazing success rate at the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada and the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics. In the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the event that predicts the victory or defeat of the Japanese primary league is expected to be 1 win and 2 losses, but the match against Germany is expected to be a “Germany victory”. However, the result was off, with Japan winning 2-1.
In England, alpacas predict the outcome of the World Cup. This alpaca is a 10 year old named Alfie. Alfie predicts Group B with England at the 2022 Qatar Games with alpacas raised on an interactive farm called Fairy Tale Farm in Oxfordshire. It is expected that the United States will advance to the last 16 along with England. Will this hit the mark?