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Hamster Cup Episode 7: Netherlands vs Argentina

Published on Jul 8, 2014 10:21 PM
 

The hamster athletes of the Straits Times Hamster Cup are ready to clash once again, this time to decide the second finalist of the World Cup 2014.

Tiki and Taka had earlier played out the first semi-final, and it seems the locals will not be pleased with the prediction as Tiki, representing the German juggernaut, defeated Taka, who played in the colours of the host nation Brazil.

The accuracy of these hamster oracles have led to a rise of their value on the transfer market.

Word on the ground is that the tiny pair, whose combined transfer fee cost "in the region of $50", are now hot property on the transfer market, with many top clubs pursuing their paw prints.

ST match-predicting Tiki and Taka concentrating on their task in The Straits Times Hamster Cup. The hamster athletes of the Straits Times Hamster Cup are ready to clash once again, this time to decide the second finalist of the World Cup 2014. -- ST PHOTO: RAJ NADARAJAN

It has even been said that a certain oil-rich club in Manchester has offered the duo an irresistable offer, including "living premises 20 times larger than the ones they live in now".

Take that, James Rodriguez.

This time round, hyperactive Tiki represents the Netherlands while Taka will play in the colours of Lionel Messi's Argentina.

Will Taka come out tops with an Argentina that will play without Round of 16 saviour Angel Di Maria?

Or will Tiki emerge victorious, completing the prediction of an all-European final in Rio de Janeiro on July 13?

Watch the video and find out.

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