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Mick Jagger, the "Angel of Death" at the World Cup

July 03, 2010 02h30PM

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Mick Jagger has supported the losing team in all four matches he attended. . Photo: Getty Images

Mick Jagger has supported the losing team in all four matches he attended.
Photo: Getty Images

It's become a pattern: Every team that Mick Jagger supports gets eliminated.

Many people are starting to really label the Rolling Stones frontman an omen of bad luck for the teams he supports.

Jagger continues to spread bad luck to the teams he supports in the World Cup in South Africa, and today he found a new victim in Argentina.

Sir Mick has publicly manifested his support to four teams in this World Cup and all four teams lost as he watched from the stands.

On June 26th, he attended the Round of 16 match with United States-Ghana with former president Bill Clinton, and the American team, his favorite because he has a lot of family in the United States, lost 2-1.

The following day, he traveled to Bloemfontain to support his home team, England, and the team was thrashed 4-1 by Germany.

His ex-girlfriend, the Brazilian model Luciana Gimenez, warned before the Holland-Brazil game that Jagger brought bad luck to the teams he supported but the singer, who has a son of Brazilian nationality, was present in the stands: Brazil lost 2-1.

The vocalist then came after Maradona, supporting Argentina in Capetown. The "Albiceleste" now says goodbye after being shutout 4-0 by Germany.

Who wil be his next victim?

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