EVERYONE has decided how the World Cup is going to progress based on last night’s opening game.
Fans said they have enough to go on after Brazil’s 3-1 victory over themselves, a poor refereeing performance and the appearance of Pitbull, the 21st Century antichrist.
Football prognosticator Wayne Hayes said: The fact that Brazil scored the first own goal of the competition clearly means that this will be the tournament with the lowest number of red cards since 1978.
And Adrian Chiless dark blue shirt was symbolically foreshadowing Australia qualifying top of their group and knocking out Spain.
I know about symbolic foreshadowing because I did The Great Gatsby at school.
England fans say the 10 corners in last nights match are a clear sign the national side will raise hopes with thrilling draws against Italy and Uruguay, before a defeat by Costa Rica so heavy that it leads to a full public inquiry.
Stephen Malley of Milton Kenyes said: It was so obvious, from the first kick of the game, that Argentina will beat the hosts on penalties in a disappointing final that I probably wont bother watching.
Also, I dont really like football. Dont tell anyone.