FIFA World Cup 2018: Stats of the Day – Day 1

first_imgAdvertisement AdvertisementThe official Twitter account of the FIFA World Cup put out a tweet today commemorating the 26th birth anniversary of Peruvian winger, Andre Carrillo as a part of their “Stats of the Day” feature. Peru will have their first match in the 2018 FIFA World Cup against their Group C opponents Denmark on June 16th.The official tweet:Happy Birthday, @18andrecarrillo! #PERHis birthday is just one of the many facts and figures you can find in our “Stats of the Day” feature 👉 https://t.co/TNLHsdDRbg pic.twitter.com/SFK52CuOdC— FIFA World Cup 🏆 (@FIFAWorldCup) June 14, 2018Here are some excerpts from FIFA’s “Stats of the Day”:1970 – West German forward Uwe Sweeler scores his ninth and last World Cup goal in the 1970 quarter-finals against England. Earlier, on 3 June, Seeler had also become the first player to score in four different campaigns, a feat that was equalled on the same day but three minutes later by Pele, and in 2014 by Miroslav Klose.1974 – Australia become the first Oceanian team to appear at a FIFA World Cup, making their debut against Germany DR in Hamburg but losing 2-0.Croatia’s Robert Prosinečki finds the net against Jamaica to become the first and only player to score for two different countries at a FIFA World Cup. The midfielder had previously been on target for Yugoslavia in a match against the UAE on 19 June 1990. To read more click here: FIFA Stats of the day: June 14 Also read: FIFA World Cup 2018: Germany has their first World Cup training session in front of the public FIFA WC 2018: Messi Says ‘Maradona Is The Greatest There’s Ever Been’ last_img

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