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There's a man who can tell the exact score before every soccer match. How on earth does he do that?

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There's a man who can tell the exact score before every soccer match. How on earth does he do that?
posted Jul 11, 2017 by Shubham Murthy

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The score before every soccer match is known to everyone. It is always 0:0.
answer Jul 12, 2017 by Chirag Gangdev



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