Mick Jagger Blamed For Historic Brazil World Cup Loss

Posted: Jul 9 2014, 2:32am CDT | by , in News | Latest Sports News

Mick Jagger Blamed for Historic Brazil World Cup Loss
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Poor Mick Jagger. The Rolling Stone is getting blamed for the extreme Brazil loss against Germany.

Can one just enjoy a football game without getting blamed for causing outcome? Apparently Mick Jagger can not. Mick Jagger has been singled out to bring bad luck to teams he supports in the World Cup 2014.

Mick Jagger was in the Mineirao stadium in Belo Horizonte supporting Brazil with his Brazilian son Lucas. As England is out, what other team he would support than that of his son?

Brazil's media has though already singled out Jagger as "pe frio" - someone who brings bad luck according to The Mirror. See Jagger's grin sitting in the stadium in the photos below. Was this before or after the 5:0? Jagger for some reason shared his opinion on previous World Cup games and every time the team he supported lost.

Brazil has a history with Jagger. They also claimed already at the World Cup 2010 that they lost the finals because Jagger was wearing their Jersey.

As long as Brazilian fans find comfort in blaming Jagger and are not rioting on the streets it is all good. Mick Jagger just needs to get out safely from Brazil. Fire up your private jet now! Brazil lost against Germany with a record setting 1:7. This is unprecedented and destroys the magic that was surrounding the Brazil team for decades.

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