World Cup Figures and statistics for the round of 16

World Cup Figures and statistics

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World Cup Figures and statistics – The statistics network “Opta Joe” devoted an important space to the statistics of the round of 16 of the current World Cup in Qatar, the most prominent of which are the following:

World Cup Figures and statistics

The Netherlands’ last World Cup defeat against a non-European team dates back to 1994 against Brazil (quarter-finals).

Memphis Depay became the second highest scoring player in the history of the national team (43 goals) after Robin van Persie (50 goals).

– Denzel Domfrais became one of three players directly involved in three or more goals (two assists and one against the United States) during a match for the Netherlands in World Cup, after Rob Renzenbrink and Johan Cruyff.

– Messi appeared for the thousandth time on the pitch (total appearances for the national team, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain), scoring 788 goals and providing 339 assists.

Julian Alvarez is the sixth player to score in his first two World Cup appearances for Argentina, and the first since Hernan Crespoin 2006.

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– Hugo Lloris equalled Lilian Thuram’s France appearance (142 appearances) as the most capped player for the Roosters, and Fabien Barthez and Thierry Henry as the most World Cup caps.

– Olivier Giroud surpassed Thierry Henry’s record as the player with the most goals for France (52 goals).

Kylian Mbappe (23 years and 349 days) is the youngest player to reach the knockout stages of the World Cup and has scored 5 goals since Pele’s days in 1958. (World Cup Figures and statistics)

– Australia’s Garang Coyool is the youngest player to play in the knockout stage (18 years and 79 days) at a World Cup since Pele in 1958 (he was 17 years and 249 days).

Jordan Henderson became the second highest player to score for England at the World Cup (32 years and 170 days) after Tom Finney in 1958 (36 years and 64 days).

– The age difference between Jude Bellingham, who provided an assist to Jordan Henderson, is the largest of two players involved in assists and scoring for England (13 years and 12 days) since 1980.

Phil Foden (22 years and 190 days) became the youngest player to assist in the knockout stage of the World Cup since Ronaldo in 1998 (21 years and 284 days).

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– Ivan Barisic has scored more goals in the World Cup and European Championships than any other Croatian player (10 goals).

– Croatian goalkeeper Dominik Livakovic is the third goalkeeper to save from three penalties in a single World Cup match after Portugal’s Ricardo (in 2006) and Croatia’s Danijal Subacic (in 2018).

– Neymar became the third Brazilian player to score in three different World Cups, joining compatriots Ronaldo and Pele.

– Brazil have included all 26 players, including the three goalkeepers, in the four matches they have played, becoming the first team in World Cup history to do so. (World Cup Figures and statistics)

– Bruno Fernandes was directly involved in five goals in three World Cup matches in Qatar (two goals and three assists), the most Portuguese player in a single edition of the tournament since 1966. – Portugal defender Pepe becomes the oldest player to score in a World Cup knockout match (39 years and 283 days) – Gonzalo Ramos scored more goals for Portugal in the knockout stages of the World Cup after 17 minutes (1) than Cristiano Ronaldo scored in 514 minutes in the knockout stages of the competition. Ramos also became the first player to score a hat-trick in his first appearance in World Cup since Miroslav Klose in 2002.

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– Spain have only shot once in the first half against Morocco, for the first time since 1966.

– Spain became the first country to lose 4 matches on penalties in World Cup, and the second not to score from these kicks since 1966.

Morocco is the fourth African country to reach the quarter-finals of the World Cup after Cameroon, Senegal and Ghana.

– Morocco coach Walid Ragragoul becomes the first African coach to reach the quarter-finals of World Cup.

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