Japan’s ‘psychic octopus’ was killed, sold before last-16 defeat to Belgium

Japan’s World Cup campaign finally ran out of legs on Monday. Now, it has emerged the country may have scored something of an own-goal before its first knockout game even kicked off. Fisherman Kimio Abe, who caught Rabiot, brought in a replacement octopus …
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