Football conspiracy theories that world believed

Football conspiracy theories that world believed
Football conspiracy theories that world believed
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These are some football conspiracy that made world to believe them

Many of you believe in some facts and fan theories which may be not true. Just like these, here are some conspiracy theories that fans believe they are actual.

  1. Diego Maradona’s secret cocktail – In 1990 FIFA World Cup, Vasco, the Brazilian defender who marked Maradona, drank water through a water bottle from Argentina’s bench. He started seeing double and could barely stand still. In fact, it came out to be an exact truth!
  2. Lionel Messi was given a growth hormone injection – As Messi was diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency, many football fans believe the theory that he was given a growth hormone injection to increase his height but this is not true.
  3. Brazil on the sale – In 1998 FIFA World Cup, a rumor spread that France offered a deal to Brazil that they would give Brazil $18 million and hosting rights in exchange for the WC trophy! The theory was a total mess.
  4. Neymar’s double – During the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Neymar suffered a vertebrate fracture against Colombia. But according to some people, the one who was injured was not Neymar but his double. The conspiracy came when some tattoos on Neymar’s body were shown missing in a video. But the fact came out to be fake.
  5. Kevin de Bruyne and Oleksandr Zinchenko are brothers – They may have similar faces but they are not brothers. They play for the same cub (Manchester City) but for different countries.

These football conspiracy shocked the world and took a face of disaster among the fans. The fans believed these theories and made various statements against FIFA and the players.