English fans have their superstitions about football, and some of them are blaming Mick Jagger for their recent World Cup loss.
The Rolling Stones frontman watched on as England lost 2-1 to Croatia in yesterday's semifinal, ending their hopes of a first World Cup win since 1966.
At the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Jagger attended matches and tweeted in support of England twice - they lost both games.
At the same tournament, he attended Brazil's semifinal against Germany. The legendary rocker was supporting Brazil, as his son lives there - they lost that game 7-1.
In 2010, Jagger attended a match at the World Cup between the US and Ghana with former President Bill Clinton - yep, the US lost that one.
Coincidence? Just tell these fans:
Jagger and the Stones have just wrapped up the latest leg of their 'No Filter Tour', which covered the UK and Europe.