A Kenyan man has surprised netizen after predicting Kenya to win 2022 world cup. According to the man whose identity goes by the name Partoh Msafi, Kenya team Harambee stars will be placed in group E together with Croatia, Argentina and Iceland He believes that the first game for the Kenyan team will be against Croatia where Kenya will win 2-1. The second game against Argentina which will see a draw of 2-2 and lastly against Iceland which will see Kenya beating Iceland 1-0. This will make Kenya top the group and qualifying for the round of 16.
In the round of 16, Kenya will meet Uruguay. He says this will be a tough game that will force the two teams to go for extra time after getting a 1-1draw in the first 90 minutes of the game. During extra time harambee stars will add a winning goal that will make Kenya book its place in the quarter final. Partoh predicts that the quarter final game will be against Portugal which will be a walkover to Kenya beating Portugal 2-1 to secure a place in the semi final.
Partoh says that Kenya will meet with Brazil in the semis which will be a do or die game. However, the normal 90 minutes will see a 2-2 draw plus the extra time that will force the two teams to go for penalties where Kenya will win 5-4 shootouts. Kenya will finally meet Spain in the final and become the first African team to lift the 2022 Qatar world cup trophy after a5-4 penalties win after 1-1 draw in the normal minutes.
Kenyans did not go well with him asking him to stop dreaming. Although a section of fans believe that this prophecy might be true, some have totally rubbished this claims. They believe that Parto is day dreaming. Here are fans reactions.
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