World Cup: Animal psychics return for Qatar 2022

24/11/2022 9:00:00 AM

World Cup: Animal psychics return for Qatar 2022

World Cup: Animal psychics return for Qatar 2022

Is it really a World Cup if there are no animals predicting the outcome of games? Paul the Octopus went viral in 2010 after correctly picking the winners of eight straight World Cup matches and these animal oracles are back in action for Qatar 2022. While...

0 Engagements Is it really a World Cup if there are no animals predicting the outcome of games? Paul the Octopus went viral in 2010 after correctly picking the winners of eight straight World Cup matches and these animal oracles are back in action for Qatar 2022.Telegram - Advertisement - Desert conditions are predictably hot if you’re not used to it, but Qatar-inducted cooling technology kicks off as one of Qatar 2022’s major success stories.Telegram - Advertisement - World Cup history is full of memorable David vs Goliath wins, dramatic comebacks and defending champions suffering embarrassing defeats, as tournament dreams are made and broken.FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 - Group A - Qatar v Ecuador - Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor, Qatar - November 20, 2022 General view of a message of the World Cup Qatar 2022 displayed on the pitch before the match REUTERS/Molly Darlington 23 Nov 2022 11:00AM.

While Germany were favourites to win their opening clash against Japan on Nov 23, an otter named Taiyo went with the underdogs, who eventually stunned the four-time World Cup champions 2-1 at the Khalifa International Stadium.Other animals, however, were less accurate in their predictions.The outside temperatures are estimated to be 18-24°C.A grey parrot named Olivia from Nasu Animal Kingdom Zoo in Japan picked Germany as the winners against the Blue Samurais.This definitely sets the stage for more biggest upsets ever and you can look ahead to more potential shock results at Qatar 2022.Olivia, a grey parrot at the Nasu Animal Kingdom zoo, disagrees with the otter: Germany will defeat Japan.“I know energy-efficient cooling systems have been developed and the technology is now fitted in seven of eight Qatar 2022 stadiums, with the only exception of Stadium 974, which is fully demountable and features natural ventilation,” he said.Olivia has been predicting soccer match results for 8 years, with a 50% accuracy rate.

.Using solar-powered energy, outside air is cooled and then distributed through grills in the stands and large pitch-side nozzles.Looking in hindsight, isn’t this the rip-roaring beauty of World Cup Finals matches? In my view, it’s early days yet, but the potential upsets can be expected from Qatar (world rank 48), Costa Rica (34), Ghana (50) and Saudi Arabia (51).

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