About 1.5 billion people around the world watched the Qatar World Cup final.
The International Football Federation (FIFA) announced various numbers and records related to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar on the 19th (Korean time).
FIFA said, “5 billion people around the world were involved with the World Cup in Qatar.” “Across all social media platforms, 93.6 million World Cup-related posts were uploaded. The cumulative number of views was 262 billion and the number of engagements was 5.95 billion.” said.
“The total number of spectators at the World Cup in Qatar was 3.4 million. This figure exceeded 3 million during the 2018 World Cup in Russia,” he said.
A total of 172 goals were scored at the World Cup in Qatar. This is the record for the most goals in a single World Cup, exceeding 171 goals in the 1998 World Cup in France and the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
There was also a record related to the final, which drew attention with Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe face-to-face. A total of 88,966 spectators entered the Lusail Stadium, where the final match between Argentina and France was held. In addition, about 1.5 billion people watched the finals around the world.
Messi, who played an active role in this tournament with 7 goals and 3 assists, became the first player to score in a single World Cup group stage, round of 16, quarterfinal, semifinal and final. In addition, Messi participated in 26 matches in the World Cup finals, surpassing Lothar Matheus (Germany) and writing the record for the most appearances ever.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored five consecutive World Cup goals from the 2006 World Cup in Germany to this tournament. 메이저사이트
Asian teams have done a great job. South Korea, Japan and Australia advanced to the round of 16, but this was the first time that three teams from Asian Football Confederation (AFC) countries advanced to the tournament. FIFA highly praised it, saying, “Three teams from the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), including Korea, Japan and Australia, advanced to the round of 16 of this tournament, and this is also the first achievement.”
Morocco created a stir by stepping into the semi-finals for the first time on the African continent. Spanish midfielder Gaby scored against Costa Rica at the age of 18 years and 110 days, becoming the youngest scorer in the World Cup. The previous record was held by Brazil’s Pele (17 years, 239 days at the time of the 1958 competition).
Canada’s Alfonso Davies scored in 68 seconds of the first half against Croatia in the group stage, recording the fastest goal at the World Cup in Qatar. Stephanie Frapar (France), who oversaw the match between Costa Rica and Germany, became the first female referee in a FIFA World Cup finals.