Records and Numbers from The World Cup History Part 2

  • Publish date: Friday، 02 September 2022
Records and Numbers from The World Cup History Part 2
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Players with the most hat tricks:

Hungarian Sandor Kocsis (1954 World Cup).

France's Just Fontaine (World Cup 1958).

Germany's Gerd Muller (1970 World Cup).

Argentina's Gabriel Batistuta (World Cup 1994 and World Cup 1998).

Youngest player to score: Brazilian Pele, who was 17 years and 239 days old when he scored against Wales in the 1958 World Cup.

The oldest player to score goals: Roger Milla of Cameroon, who scored a goal in his country's match against Russia in the 1994 World Cup, and he was 42 years and 39 days old.

Fastest World Cup goal scored:  Turkish player Hakan Sukur after 11 seconds against South Korea in the third-place match at the 2002 World Cup.

Fastest goal in the World Cup final: Johan Neeskens scored after 90 seconds against Germany in the 1974 World Cup Final.

The youngest player to win the World Cup: Brazilian Pele, who was 17 years and 249 days old in the 1958 World Cup.

The oldest player to win the World Cup: Italy's Dino Zoff, who was 40 years old in the 1982 World Cup.

The oldest player to participate in the World Cup: Egyptian Essam El-Hadary, who was 45 years and 161 days old, in the 2018 World Cup.

The goalkeepers who conceded the most goals in total:

Antonio Carvajal, who conceded 25 goals with the Mexican national team.

Mohammed Al-Deayea, who conceded 25 goals with the Saudi national team.

The goalkeeper with the most goals conceded in a single tournament: South Korea's Hong Duk Young, who conceded 16 goals in the 1954 World Cup.

Most minutes played by a goalkeeper without conceding a goal: 517 minutes, which belongs to Italian Walter Zenga, Italy's goalkeeper, in the 1990 World Cup.

The goalkeepers who conceded the least goals and were able to win the World Cup:

France's Fabien Barthez in the 1998 World Cup (2 goals)

Italy's Gianluigi Buffon in the 2006 World Cup (2 goals)

Spain's Iker Casillas in the 2010 World Cup (2 goals)

Goalkeepers who have saved the most penalty kicks in a match:

Poland's Jan Tomazicki at the 1974 World Cup (two penalties)

American Brad Friedel at the 2002 World Cup (two penalties)

Fastest player to be sent off at the World Cup: Jose Batista of the Uruguayan national team in the 1986 World Cup after 56 seconds.

Players with the most cards in the World Cup:

Zinedine Zidane of the France national team (6 cards, 1998-2006).

Cafu, Brazil national team (6 cards, 1994-2006).

Players with the most red cards

Rigobert Song from Cameroon (2 red cards)

Zinedine Zidane from France (2 red cards).

The team with the most red cards is Argentina, with 10 red cards in 64 matches.

The team with the most yellow cards is Argentina, 88 yellow cards in 64 matches.