Germany won the World Cup on Sunday, but Magician Dynamo apparently knew it was going to happen two weeks ago.
The mystical wizard appeared on “Sky Sports News” two weeks ago and handed the host a CD which they locked up throughout the FIFA World Cup.
On Monday, the illusionist returned as they played the CD to hear what was in it.
The audio recording featured Dynamo predicting that the World Cup final would be between a South American team and a European team.
He also predicted that either Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar or Lionel Messi would exit the tournament due to a back injury.
To top that off, the soothsayer said that the youngest player on the field would score the game-winning goal of the World Cup final.
The youngest player on the field at the time of Mario Gotze’s goal?
He signed off by saying, “Auf Wiedersehen” implying that Germany would win the World Cup.
Real or fake, the execution of his prediction is pretty cool.
TWEET OF THE NIGHT
When Chad Johnson isn’t racking up parking tickets and scoring touchdowns in Montreal, he’s playing video games with his Twitter friends.
I've played 9 random followers and I've yet to lose in FIFA... I'm walking to McDonald's—
Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) July 14, 2014
PHOTO OF THE NIGHT
Kris Humphries took in the Home Run Derby in Minneapolis on Monday.
Your Bradfo Show NBA report: "I can definitely see myself coming back to the Celtics" - Kris Humphries http://t.co/NVNLpeQTSd—
Rob Bradford (@bradfo) July 14, 2014
VIDEO OF THE NIGHT
Absolute power, courtesy of Giancarlo Stanton.
Thumbnail photo via Facebook