The individual numbers top the World Cup scene.. and the stardom of Al-Sabery

Davies is the "fastest goal"... Muntari is "historic" and Messi is equal to Maradona

  • Brilliant Canada striker Davies scored the fastest goal in the World Cup in Qatar.


  • Muntari scored the first goal in the history of Qatar in the World Cup.


  • Argentine star Lionel Messi.



History opened its doors in the second round of the FIFA World Cup, which is currently being held in Doha, to record a new chapter of individual numbers, unlike the first round in which the teams dominated the majority of numbers, but the second round was an opportunity for a large number of players to enter the history of the World Cup, whether with positive numbers or negative.

Canadian national team player Alfonso Davies became the owner of the fastest goal in the current World Cup after scoring his goal against Croatia after only 67 seconds, and Qatari national team player Mohamed Muntari became the owner of the first goal in the history of the Qatari national team’s participation after scoring against Senegal, while Polish national team player Robert Lewandowski scored. His first personal goal ever in a World Cup tournament, at a time when the player has 600 goals in his football career in his football career in total.

In turn, Argentine Lionel Messi equaled Diego Armando Maradona's number in the number of participations with 21 matches after he appeared in the Mexico match, and Moroccan Abdel Hamid Sabiri scored the first goal from a direct free kick in the history of the "Atlas Lions" participation in the World Cup at all.

French player Killian Mbappe, after scoring a hat-trick at the end of the first round, equaled the number of goals of legend Zinedine Zidane with the French national team. He also became the most under-25 player to score goals in the World Cup (8 goals) more than Brazilian legend Pele (7 goals).

And the Australian national team player, Mitchell Duke, became the first player from the second division team to score a goal in the 2022 World Cup, as he scored against the Tunisian national team, and the “Kangaroo” coach had summoned the player even though he was playing with the Fagiano Okayama team in the Japanese second division.

Tunisian Hannibal Al-Majbri became the second youngest player in the history of the Tunisian national team to participate in the World Cup at the age of 19 years and 305 days since Yassin Chikhaoui at the age of 19 years and 265 days. In his team's match against Serbia.

And the Saudi national team player, Salem Al-Dosari, became the second player in the history of “Al-Akhdar” to miss a penalty kick in the World Cup, after Fahd Al-Mawlid, who had missed a penalty kick against the Egyptian national team in the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

• Mbappe equals the legend Zinedine Zidane with the French national team, after scoring a hat-trick in the first round.

Most goal making:

Theo Hernandez (France): Two goals.

Harry Kane (England): 2 goals.

Bruno Fernandes (Portugal): 2 goals.

Andrija Zivkovic (Serbia): 2 goals.

Ivan Perisic (Croatia): Two goals.

Jordi Alba (Spain): Two goals.

The weakest defense:

Costa Rica 7 goals.

Iran 6 goals.

Serbia 5 goals.

Ghana 5 goals.

Most shot:

France 44 shots.

Germany 37 shots.

Brazil 36 shots.

Canada 30 shots.


Ener Valencia (Ecuador) 3 goals.

Kylian Mbappe (France) 3 goals.

Most Passed:

Emeric (Spain) 251 assists.

Rodrygo (Spain) 246 assists.

Stones (England) 206 assists.

The most powerful attack:

Spain 8 goals.

England 6 goals.

France 6 goals.

Portugal 5 goals.

Ghana 5 goals.

Most saved goalkeepers:

Vanja Savic (Serbia) 12 saves.

Jan Sommer (Switzerland) 9.

Wiecek Szczesny (Poland) 9.

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