In England predicted a baby boom after the victory over the Swedes


Photo: Ramil Sitdikov

The British predicted a sharp increase in the birth rate by ten percent in nine months after the victory of the national team over Sweden. It is reported by The Sun.

According to experts, after the game at the world Cup in 2002 with Brazil, where England lost 1:2, there was an increase in births in two thousand babies nine months later. In 1966, Britain’s victory over Germany in the championship in Brazil with the score 4:2 also caused a high increase in fertility. In 2018 is expected to five thousand more babies born.

July 7, Saturday, the England team defeated the team of Sweden with the score 2:0 in the quarter finals for the first time in 28 years made it to the semifinals of the world Cup. Rival team in the semi-finals will be Croatia, the match will take place on 11 July at 21:00 Moscow time.

After the victory of the English team, dozens of fans came to the store of Swedish IKEA furniture and was much celebrated there victory.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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