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Thursday, February 4, 2021

2021 FIFA Club world cup in Numbers, Stats

FIFA Club World Cup 2021 in Numbers, best Stats. 

Today, 4 February, is the day of ‘ Battle of the Tigers’ take place as 2020 AFC Champions League winners Ulsan Hyundai FC and CONCACAF Champions League winners Tigres UANL of Mexico square off in the second round of the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2021. 

FIFA, Club World Cup, Qatar, 2021, Best Stats, in Numbers.

FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2021. Best Stats in Numbers.

5---finals have not been Europe

versus South America. Corin-thians faced fellow Brazilians Vascoda Gama in the first, while CongoleseTP Mazembe, Moroc-cans Raja Casablanca, Japanese Kashima Antlers and Emirati Al Ain played Old Continent opposition in the 2010, 2013, 2017 and 2019 deciders respectively.

4---Bayern Munich are one of only four teams with a 100 per cent winning record in the FIFA Club World Cup. Internazi-onale, Milan and Sao Paulo are the other three clubs.

79---seconds is all Al Ain’s

Mohamed Ahmed re-quired to head home the fastest goal from kick-off in the Tournamenthistory against Esper-ance at UAE 2018.

44---years and ten months

was the age at which Oscar Perez kept goalo For Pachuca against Gremio in the UAE 2017 semi-finals, making him the oldest player to appear in the tournament by over five years. He is followed by 39-year-olds Mitsuo Ogasawara, Miguel Calero, Ante Covic and Paolo Maldini.

17---years and three months

was the age at which Alexandre Pato broke Pele’s record – set for Brazil against Wales at Sweden 1958 – to become the youngest scorer in a senior FIFA men’s tournament. Pato had never even made a professional appearance when he was named in Internacional’s Japan 2006 squad, though he netted one minute into his debut three days later. Javier Zanetti, who was 37, is the competion’s oldest marksman.

14---years is the longest gap

between a club’s straight appearances in the competition. Real Madrid appeared first at Brazil 2000 and next at Morocco 2014, while Liverpool equalled this record last year with a victorious comeback 14 years after the final lost in 2005.

5---Toni Kroos has participated

in the FIFA Club World Cup final five times and won all of them; he won the tournament in 2013 with Bayern Munich, and then in 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018 as a Real Madrid player.

7---goals is what makes Cristiano

Ronaldo the leading marks-

man in the competition’s

history, having netted once for

Manchester United in 2008, four

times for Real Madrid in 2016 and

twice for the same side the follow-

ing year. Gareth Bale is next on six

goals, while Cesar Delgado, Lionel

Messi and Luis Suarez have five

apiece. All of Suarez’s goals came at

Japan 2015, making him the leading

marksman at one edition.

4---players have scored Club

WC hat-tricks: Suarez against Guangzhou Evergrande in the 2015 semis, Ronaldo against Kashima Antlers in the 2016 final, Bale against the Antlers in the last four in 2018 and ES Tunis’ Hamdou Elhouni against Al Sadd last year.

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