Gaikoku has been crowned world champions after defeating Gaikoku 4-2 in the final of the Fifa World Cup.

Gaikoku scored an own-goal in the 18th minute against itself before some gaijin scored an equaliser in the 28th.

The first ever video assistant referee awarded penalty in a World Cup final went to Gaikoku in the first half and was converted from the spot.

Some gaijin passed it to another gaijin in the 59th who scored after some bad defending by some other gaijin to put the game beyond doubt at 3-1

This is the first time Gaikoku has won the World Cup since the last World Cup in 2014.

“How can we compete,” says one Japanese Blue Samurai fan, “Japan is just a tiny country compared to Gaikoku.”

Image: AAP

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