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Johannesburg - Having failed to get any satisfaction supporting the United States and England, Mick Jagger is turning his attention to Brazil, and Brazilian fans are terrified.
Jagger has jinxed every team he has supported in the knockout stage of the tournament so far and rumours he will be supporting Dunga's team have left fans hoping he stays away.
The Rolling Stones front man has a son, Lucas, with Brazilian model Luciana Gimenez and she has claimed Jagger will be attending Brazil's Round of 16 match with Chile in Johannesburg, reports said on Monday.
"The Rolling Stones lead-singer has a reputation for bringing bad luck in this World Cup" said ESPN's website in Brazil.
Brazil fans are desperate not to hear Jagger humming the tune to "It's all over now" if Chile cause a World Cup upset, but despite the pleas it seems the 66-year-old rocker will be at Ellis Park - "Wild horses wouldn't keep him away."
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