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The Brazil World Cup produces 3.5 goals per game

Posted June. 16, 2014 04:51,   

Updated January. 01, 1970 09:00

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The stage has been heated up from the beginning. The 2014 Brazil World Cup has been shaking the world with exciting results since its opening on Friday. It has many goals and beating expectations. It produced 28 goals in eight matches for the first three days. This translates into 3.5 goals per game, which is more than double 1.62 goals or the number in the same period of time during the 2010 South Africa World Cup (its average goals per game was 2.27 goals).

Were expectations before the soccer event only reference? The Netherlands defeated the Spanish Armada, which aimed at two consecutive wins five to one in the first game of Group B on Friday. The Federation Internationale de Football Association or FIFA said, “It is one of the biggest events in World Cup history .” In Group D, dubbed as the “group of death,” Costa Rica unexpectedly defeated Uruguay three to one, making it unsure which team will make it to the next round.

The Korean soccer squad arrived in Cuiaba on early Monday morning for the first round game of Group H against Russia (7 a.m. on Wednesday, Korea time).