It is no longer news that Argentina got the thrashing of their lives in the on-going 2018 FIFA World Cup Competition a few hours back when Croatia crushed them by a whopping three goals to nil. What is news is the fact that there are indications that some Nigerians were involved in the whole saga, albeit i unconventional ways.
Most people who watched the game were surprised at the way the mighty Lionel Messi was kept quiet in the game and could not believe their eyes as Croatia swept pass the Argentines almost effortlessly. Now, the reasons are beginning to emerge even though they are still been seen as rumours for now.
Rumour One has it that a rich Nigerian based in Moscow found a way to pay the Croatian players double their usual match bonuses on condition that they beat Argentina in order to give Nigeria a chance to qualify as the runners-up team in the group.
Rumour Two has it that the same business-man got in touch with a world acclaimed Pastor back at home in Nigeria to offer “Special Prayers” to ensure that Lionel Messi will be plagued with headache throughout the duration of the match. This seems to have worked perfectly as you see in the following photos of the player during the game.
We were further informed that the businessman in question decided to take these unusual decisions after he read a post about Messi’s left foot having a brain hidden in it. The best thing was now to deal with the superstar’s head so that there will be no smooth communication between head and feet, according to sources close to the business-man.
Click on the photo below to see the post that caused the whole panic in the first place.
Even though all of this is still being treated as a rumour, there are indications that FIFA may have just secretly instructed a world acclaimed Native Medicine Man to do some serious investigations into this matter.
We hope this does not end up affecting Nigeria’s chances of actualizing the dreams of the business-man who has spent so much on their behalf in order to ensure their progression into the next round of the competition.