Second Half of World Cup Final – France vs. Croatia
Towards the end of my post about the first half of the game, I mentioned why 19 is a significant number to Croatia.
67 is the 19th prime number.
“Antoine Griezmann” = 86 (R) scored France’s second goal, and he’s 8 months, 6 days after his birthday.
There’s another connection Croatia has to 19 through the number 244:
So it’s pretty interesting that France’s third goal came off the foot of Paul Pogba, who is a span of 244 days before his next birthday:
The reflection of 19 is 91
France’s next goal was scored by Mbappe, whose name sums to 109, which represents 19 in numerology.
Interestingly, Mbappe is a span of 22 weeks, 5 days before his next birthday:
The 225th prime number is 1427, which is the English gematria of both men who scored goals for France in the first half.
“Mario Mandzukic” = 1427 (EE)
“Antoine Griezmann” = 1427 (EE)
Mario Mandzukic then made it 4-2 in what might be the most ridiculous rigged play I’ve ever seen in soccer. French goalie Hugo Lloris comically misplayed the ball as Mandzukic approached, allowing the Croatian to atone for his own goal earlier in the game.
Lloris and Mandzukic were born a span of 220 days apart:
Football is a game of 11-on-11, meaning there are 22 players on the field at any given time.
But who needs numbers to show these sports are rigged when these world-class players make mistakes that should be reserved for 8-year-olds?