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I’m a World Cup time traveller – I know the score in the England v France quarter final so get your bets in now

, I’m a World Cup time traveller – I know the score in the England v France quarter final so get your bets in now

A SO-CALLED time traveller claims he knows who will triumph in England’s crunch match against France on Saturday.

TikToker Keane outlandishly urged punters to place their bets on the quarter-final clash – as he insists he journeyed to the future to find out the results.

The self-proclaimed time traveller claimed Harry Kane would bag the winning goal in Saturday’s match

He shared bizarre footage appearing to show the Three Lions celebrating their ‘win’

He told social media users that the Three Lions will roar to victory by bagging two goals in the game against the current World champions.

In the barmy video, he claims Didier Deschamps’ side will only net one goal, squandering the French‘s bid for glory.

The ridiculous TikTok racked up a sturdy 36,500 views in just 24 hours as football fans scoured the net for predictions.

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Keane said in the clip: “I time travelled and England beat France 2-1 in the quarter-final. Put your money on it!”

He also shared footage which he bizarrely claims is from the upcoming World Cup game at the Al-Bayt Stadium on Saturday.

It shows England captain Harry Kane effortlessly pinging the ball into the back of the net as France’s Aurélien Tchouaméni tries to tackle him.

Star midfielder Declan Rice is then seen emotionally embracing one of the team’s coaches before high-fiving goalie Jordan Pickford.

The camera then pans to England manager Gareth Southgate, who hugs one of his colleagues while Three Lions fans go wild in the stands.

But TikTok users said they were staunchly hanging to their money after doubting Keane’s abilities as an alleged time traveller.

One fan pointed out he had seemed to have recycled footage from a previous match, commenting: “That’s the Euro 2020 kit?”

Another joked: “Show me your bet slip!”

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A third said: “Absolute divvy. Obviously an old video.”

And a fourth chimed in: “And another timeguesser! You said that Brazil will beat France 2-1 in the final?”

Keane’s absurd claims fell on deaf ears for the majority of football fans – despite some England supporters hoping he is right.

The TikTok user isn’t the first to jump on the farcical trend of posting bizarre videos online claiming to be a “time traveller”.

One self-proclaimed quantum leaper claimed to know which teams will battle it out in the World Cup finals.

The bonkers social media user alleged that Argentina will beat Brazil.

He even included a clip showing delighted Argentina players celebrating with a goal as Brazil looks forlorn.

Another supposed time traveller told his followers he knew the results of Spain’s clash against Morocco before the game aired.

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The TikToker declared that Morocco would triumph 3-2 in the pivotal match after bagging the winning goal in the 98th minute.

And this bloke baselessly claimed he is certain he knows how well England will do in the tournament.

, I’m a World Cup time traveller – I know the score in the England v France quarter final so get your bets in now

Gareth Southgate was also seen beaming in the ridiculous clip on social media
, I’m a World Cup time traveller – I know the score in the England v France quarter final so get your bets in now
The barmy TikToker claimed England would beat France 2-1 in the quarter final’s, while urging fans to place their bets




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