The Rolling Stones frontman was at the Luzhniki Stadium on Wednesday to see Croatia beat England 2-1 in extra time in the World Cup semifinals.
Last year, Jagger unexpectedly released a pair of solo songs. One of the songs was called "England Lost," and it starts with the tale of someone ostensibly going to watch England play a soccer match and finishes with some political commentary about Britain's exit from the European Union.
"I went to see England, but England's lost," Jagger sings. "And everyone said we were all ripped off."
Jagger arrived in Russia for the World Cup after he and his bandmates completed a short European tour in Warsaw on Sunday. He attended Tuesday's match between France and Belgium in St. Petersburg and then came to Moscow to see his home national team play -- and lose to -- Croatia.
Jagger has been a regular in recent years at major football tournaments, but hasn't had much luck predicting the outcomes of the matches. He attended the World Cup final four years ago in Brazil and also watched the United States play Ghana in the round of 16 at the 2010 tournament in South Africa. He was at that match alongside former President Bill Clinton, who had a cameo in the Martin Scorsese-directed Rolling Stones concert film "Shine A Light."
But Jagger, who is also a keen cricket fan, has been thought of as a bit of a jinx by and large at World Cup football stadiums.
During another European tour in 2014, Jagger wrote some encouraging words on Twitter ahead of England's match against Uruguay in the group stage in Brazil.
"Let's go England! This is the one to win!!" he wrote. England lost.
Jagger then predicted at a show in Rome that Italy would beat Uruguay in a subsequent group match. Italy lost.
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