This world Cup is richer than ever on record. One of them mounted in today’s match the national team of Sweden
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Wednesday, June 27 players from Sweden met with the team from Mexico in the third round of the group stage of the tournament.
In the 62nd minute of the match, the Swedes got a penalty that was successfully accomplished defender Andreas Granqvist. Thus, the player set a new record for number of goals scored penalty kicks in one world Cup.
The previous record was set at the world Cup 1998 held in France and ended with the victory of the host country of the tournament. Then at one tournament the players successfully scored 17 goals from the penalty spot. Goal by Granqvist allowed the 2018 world Cup to overcome this mark.
In just three rounds of the group stage of the tournament were scored from the penalty spot 18.
The championship was already beaten several other historical records.
So, Argentina striker Lionel Messi scored a magnificent dribbling in the match against Nigeria that helped him to surpass the achievements of the legendary Diego Maradona.
Messi in final world Cup made 107 successful obygrala. Maradona’s 105 successful strokes. Note that the figure count at the world Cup since 1966.
In addition, the 45-year-old Egyptian goalkeeper Essam al-hadary became the oldest player at the Mundial. He came on the pitch in the match against Saudi Arabia.
Prior to that record was noted by the British. In Nizhny Novgorod in the match of the 3rd round of the group round in the world championship in the framework of the G Quartet played the national teams of England and Panama.
The British won the fight with the devastating account 6:1. In the first half, the team of Gareth Southgate won with the score 5:0.
Note that at this world Cup England have shown the most effective match, scoring 6 goals. Prior to that 5 goals were scored by national teams of Russia and Belgium.
Another record June 20, installed the leader of Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo. That day he scored a goal against the national team of Morocco. This was for 33-year-old striker 85-m for the national team, which allowed him to 1 goal to get around the legendary Ferenc Puskas, who in the years 1945-56 scored 84 goals for Hungary.
Trayan Markevich has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Quebec Times, Trayan Markevich worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.