LIVE FIFA Releases Impressive World Cup Figures; Ronaldo and Messi, great protagonists

One month after the end of Qatar World Cup 2022where the Argentina national team, led by Lionel Messi, will conquer the world center, the FIFA published surprising numbers left by the first World In the middle east.

the FIFA rates the World Cup Qatar 2022 as “the greatest single sporting event in the world” during a report reviewing some of the tournament’s key dates.

Among the main characters who left Qatar 2022 on a digital level was that 5 billion people interacted during the World across different platforms and devices.

Social networks added a little more than 93 million posts across all its platforms with a reach of 262 million interactions that generated nearly 6 billion comments.

Regarding sports, the stadiums in Qatar 2022 added support for 3.4 million fansa number higher than the 3 million registered in Russia in 2018.


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the FIFA had the support of 20,000 volunteers from 150 different nationalities; more than 180,000 accredited people worked on the event; more than 10,000 accredited journalists.

Players also left some impressive numbers

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Cristiano Ronaldo

Portugal

El Bicho became the first man to score at least one goal in five editions of a World Cup: Germany 2006, South Africa 2010, Brazil 2014, Russia 2018 and Qatar 2020.

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Lionel Messi

Argentina

La Pulga became the first player to score in four consecutive World Cup knockout games since the first round of 16 was introduced in Mexico in 1986.

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Alfonso Davis

Canada

The Maple Leaf star scored the fastest goal in a World Cup after 68 seconds against Croatia.

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Gavi

Spain

The Barcelona footballer became the youngest footballer to score in a World Cup since Pelé in Sweden in 1958 with his goal against Costa Rica at the age of 18 years and 110 days.

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