Raghav Sikka

As weird as it may sound, it is true that an octopus is actually predicting the right outcome of the German games. This little mollusk has been named Paul, and was born in England but currently resides in the Sea Life aquarium in Oberhausen, Germany. Paul has already betrayed his own homeland by predicting a German win over England in the knockout stage of this World Cup. He makes his predictions by eating one of the two mussels trapped in cube shaped containers, which are marked with the German national flag and the flag of Germany’s opponent in the upcoming game. The container that is chosen first by the octopus is the winner of that particular match. Read more

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Raghav Sikka

The moment we are all waiting for is finally here, so do expect some cracking goals along with fast-paced attacking football between Germany and Argentina. History has repeated itself as the two sides collide once again for a place in the final four. Read more

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Moonmoon Ghosh

The scorecard read 4-0. Germany started on a rampage and thrashed Australia, with all the goals coming from different players. Lukas Podolski opened the scoring, Old Gun Miroslav Klose chipped in with the second (aiming to break Ronaldo’s record of 15 World Cup goals at this tournament), young blood Thomas Muller got the third, and Brazilian-born Cacau (now a German national) slotted home the final of an evening of swashbuckling play. Read more

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