An otter predicts the winners of the World Cup

An otter predicts the winners of the World Cup
An otter predicts the winners of the World Cup

At the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, the octopus paul went around the world for his particular way of making predictions about the winners in each match of the world Cup. Twelve years later, an animal is back in the spotlight for its forecasts, only now it’s an otter.

The lutrine is called ‘Taiyo’ and facing the match corresponding to group E between Germany and Japan, he faced three buckets; two with the flags of each country, and the rest with the word tie.

Finally, Taiyo leaned over to the Asian team and grabbing a mini ball with both hands, he dropped it onto the flag of Japan.

The story was published by the Sankei medium of Japan, the country where the otter is found within the Maxell Aqua Park in Shinagawa.

Taiyo was not wrong, and although the Japanese suffered a partial defeat thanks to Ilkay Gundogan’s goal, they turned the score around with scores from Ritsu Doan and Takuma Asano to win 2-1.

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The article is in Spanish

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