How To Fake Your World Cup Knowledge With Amazon Alexa

How To Fake Your World Cup Knowledge With Amazon Alexa
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Literally the only thing I know about The World Cup is that it is a soccer (football?) tournament involving the world (?) and that Lucy Zelic is a national treasure (fact).

But I have a plan to learn more, and I’m using technology to help me. If you’re with me, read on.

You see, my plan is this: ask Alexa. Simple. Here’s a whole list of stuff you can ask.

  • “Alexa, when’s the first World Cup game?”
  • “Alexa, what teams are in the World Cup?”
  • “Alexa, who won the last World Cup?”
  • “Alexa, when is the last time France won the World Cup?”
  • “Alexa, what country has won the most World Cups?”
  • “Alexa, who is the top scorer for Argentina in this year’s World Cup?
  • “Alexa, what group is Sweden in for the World Cup?”
  • “Alexa, what World Cup games are on today?”
  • “Alexa, when does Peru play next in the World Cup?”
  • “Alexa, who scored for Germany in yesterday’s World Cup game?
  • “Alexa, when does Egypt play next in the World Cup?
  • “Alexa, what’s the score of the Panama game in the World Cup?”
  • “Alexa, did Japan win in the World Cup?”
  • “Alexa, who scored for France in today’s World Cup game?”

To get some more in-depth news, you can enable SBS FIFA World Cup for your flash briefing. Or ask Alexa for the Fox Sports Flash Briefing for updates on all aspects of the tournament.

I reckon we’ve got this.