This Week’s Whine
“In a tournament that set a record with twelve own goals, one of them in the final, how can we decide who receives the coveted Jeff Agoos ¡Autogolazo! Award?” Take to the streets in outrage that your favoured candidate did not receive the Golden Blindfold in The Wrongest Penalty in the History of Wrongness.
Prior to yesterday’s 4-2 victory for France over Croatia, the last Men’s World Cup final in which six goals were scored was in:
England defeated Germany FR in extra time in the final of the 1966 Men’s World Cup.
«1, 2.64, 12, 13»
Equal to the average number of goals scored per match at the 2018 Men’s World Cup, the number of players who scored at least three goals, the number of players who scored at least five goals, and the number of own goals scored.
“If you work hard and have good players, you can produce a result. But it has to start with a dream and with ambition. That’s why it’s a great message, in football and in life.”
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