FIFA - Statistiques de la journée du 3 juillet 2014

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On this day in the past
1990 Argentinian Claudio Caniggia’s 67th-minute headed goal against Italy in the semi-finals finally put an end to goalkeeper Walter Zenga’srecord-breaking run of 517 minutes without concedinga FIFA World Cup record which is still intact.2010 Thomas Mueller’s opener against Argentina was Germany's 200th World Cup goal. The Germans were the second team to reach this landmark. Iker Casillas became the third goalkeeper to save two penalties in the World Cup but the first to do so in two different editions, having saved Ian Harte’s penalty in 2002. Poland’s Jan Tomaszewski (1974) and American Brad Friedel (2002) are the other two keepers to have saved two spot-kicks.
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Tomorrow’sline-up
04 July 2014
Quarter-finals 04.07.2014 FORTALEZAMatch # 57Kick-off 17:00 LT Referee: VELASCO CARBALLO Carlos (ESP) Brazil Colombia FIFAWORLDCUP2014 8Goals11 8 / 0Caution / red cards3 / 0 17Number of players used21 5Number of Goalscorers6 25 Previous head-to-heads Date City(Country) TeamA TeamB ResultStatus Stage 21.01.1945 SANTIAGODE CHILE (CHI)BrazilColombia 3:0(3:0) CF 17.04.1949 SAOPAULO (BRA)BrazilColombia 5:0(3:0) CF 24.03.1957 LIMA(PER)BrazilColombia 9:0(4:0) CF 14.03.1963 LAPAZ (BOL)BrazilColombia 5:1(2:0) CF 06.08.1969 BOGOTA(COL) ColombiaBrazilStageFWC_Q 1st0:2 (0:2) 21.08.1969 RIODE JANEIRO (BRA)Brazil1st StageColombia 6:2(2:1) FWC_Q 20.02.1977 BOGOTA(COL) ColombiaBrazil 0:0FWC_Q 1stStage 09.03.1977 RIODE JANEIRO (BRA)BrazilColombia 6:01st Stage(4:0) FWC_Q 01.02.1981 BOGOTA(COL) ColombiaBrazil 1:1(0:0) F 25.04.1985 BELOHORIZONTE (BRA)BrazilColombia 2:1(0:0) F 15.05.1985 BOGOTA(COL)ColombiaBrazil 1:0(0:0) F 07.07.1989 SALVADOR(BRA) Brazil Colombia0:0 CFGroup Matches 13.07.1991 VINADEL MAR (CHI)BrazilColombiaMatchesCF Group0:2 (0:1) 19.07.1991 SANTIAGODE CHILE (CHI)BrazilColombia 2:0(1:0) CFFinal Round 13.07.1995 RIVERA(URU)Brazil(1:0) CFColombia 3:0Group Matches 20.12.1995 MANAUS(BRA)BrazilColombia 3:1(0:1) F 19.06.1997 SANTACRUZ (BOL)BrazilColombia 2:0(1:0) CFGroup Matches 28.03.2000 BOGOTA(COL) ColombiaBrazil 0:0FWC_Q 15.11.2000 SAOPAULO (BRA)BrazilColombia 1:0(0:0) FWC_Q 19.07.2003 MIAMI(USA) ColombiaBrazil0:2 (0:1)CF 2ndStage 07.09.2003 BARRANQUILLA(COL) ColombiaBrazilRoundFWC_Q League1:2 (1:1) 13.10.2004 MACEIO(BRA) BrazilColombia 0:0FWC_Q LeagueRound 14.10.2007 BOGOTA(COL) ColombiaBrazil 0:0FWC_Q LeagueRound 15.10.2008 RIODE JANEIRO (BRA)Brazil Colombia0:0 FWC_QLeague Round 14.11.2012 NEWYORK (USA)Brazil Colombia1:1 (0:1)F  MPW DL GFGA Brazil112 5525 15 8 Colombia11 558 1525 2 FIFA Communications & Public AffairsDocumentation2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ 2 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil - Stats Of The Day - 03.07.2014.Docx
Match facts for BrazilColombia Brazil largely dominated in the 25 previous meetings between the two sides, winning 15, drawing eight and losing two. All four of the most recent encounters between 2004 and 2012 ended drawn, including three World Cup qualifiers followed by a friendly match played in 2012. The first three fixtures finished 0-0, whereas the last game in New York ended 1-1 after Juan Cuadrado and Neymar had found the net. Colombia’s last victory over Brazil dates back to 13 July 1991 in the Copa America, when goals from Anthony De Avila and Arnoldo Iguaran helpedLos Cafeterossecure a 2-0 victory in Vina del Mar. Since then the Colombians have racked up five draws and seven defeats againstASeleção.In nine matches played on Brazilian soil, Colombia have mustered just three 0-0 draws and six defeats. The Colombians failed to score in the last three of those encounters, having netted their last goal in 1995 during a 3-1 friendly defeat in Manaus. Brazil’s most recent World Cup defeat against South American opposition came in the 1990 campaign, when they were eliminated 1-0 by Argentina in the Round of 16. Since then the Brazilians have faced only Chile, winning two out of three meetings and squeezing through on penalties in the Round of 16 at this edition. Of the eight quarter-finalists, Colombia are one of four teams that have won all four of their matches played to date. Brazil have registered the joint-fewest victories with two, plus two draws, the same as Costa Rica. The only South American team that Colombia have faced before in the World Cup are Uruguay, against whom the Colombians won 2-0 in the Round of 16 of this campaign and lost 2-1 in 1962. This is the second South American derby to be played out in a World Cup quarter-final. The first and only one to date was Brazil-Peru in 1970, which finished 4-1 to the Brazilians. Jose Pekerman is unbeaten in nine World Cup appearances as a coach, having recorded seven wins and two draws. By contrast, Luiz Felipe Scolari is second in the tournament’s all-time win ranking, level with German tactician Helmut Schon on 13 and three behind fellow Brazilian Mario Zagallo.
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04.07.2014 RIODE JANEIROMatch # 58Kick-off 13:00 LT Referee: PITANA Nestor (ARG) France German FIFAWORLDCUP2014 10Goals9 5 / 0Yellow / red cards2 / 0 19Number of players used17 6Number of Goalscorers6 25 Previous head-to-heads Date City(Country) TeamA TeamB ResultStat Stage us 15.03.1931 COLOMBES(FRA)France(1:0) FGermany 1:0 19.03.1933 BERLIN(GER) GermanyFrance 3:3(2:1) F 17.03.1935 PARIS(FRA) FranceGermany1:3 (0:1)F 21.03.1937 STUTTGART(GER)Germany(2:0) FFrance 4:0 05.10.1952 COLOMBES(FRA)FranceF3:1 (1:1)Germany FR 16.10.1954 HANOVER(FRG) GermanyFRFrance1:3 (0:2)F 28.06.1958 GOTHENBURG(SWE)France6:3 (3:1)FWC 3rdGermany FRplace match 26.10.1958 COLOMBES(FRA) FranceGermany FR2:2 (1:1)F 24.10.1962 STUTTGART(FRG) GermanyFR France2:2 (0:2)F 27.09.1967 BERLINWEST (FRG)Germany FRFrance 5:1(1:0) F 25.09.1968 MARSEILLES(FRA) FranceGermany FR1:1 (0:0)F 13.10.1973 GELSENKIRCHEN(FRG)Germany FR(0:0) FFrance 2:1 23.02.1977 PARIS(FRA)France1:0 (0:0)FGermany FR 19.11.1980 HANOVER(FRG)Germany FRFrance 4:1(2:1) F 08.07.1982 SEVILLE(ESP) GermanyFR France3:3 AET (1:1, 1:1)FWC Semifinals PSO 5:4 18.04.1984 STRASBOURG(FRA)FranceGermany FR1:0 (0:0)F 25.06.1986 GUADALAJARA(MEX) FranceGermany FR0:2 (0:1)FWC Semifinals 12.08.1987 BERLINWEST (FRG)Germany FRFrance 2:1(2:1) F 28.02.1990 MONTPELLIER(FRA)France2:1 (1:1)Germany FRF 01.06.1996 STUTTGART(GER) GermanyFrance0:1 (0:1)F 27.02.2001 SAINT-DENIS(FRA)FranceGermany 1:0(1:0) F 15.11.2003 GELSENKIRCHEN(GER) GermanyFranceF0:3 (0:1) 12.11.2005 SAINT-DENIS(FRA) FranceGermany 0:0F 29.02.2012 BREMEN(GER) GermanyFranceF1:2 (0:1) 06.02.2013 PARIS/SAINT-DENIS(FRA) FranceGermanyF1:2 (1:0)  MPW DL GFGA Germany6 1142 4125 8 France8 414225 11 6 FIFA Communications & Public AffairsDocumentation2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ 4 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil - Stats Of The Day - 03.07.2014.Docx
Match facts for FranceGermany France lead the 25-match overall series between the sides, with 11 wins to Germany’s eight, plus six draws. Thepair’s first showdown dates back to 15 March 1931, when France prevailed 1-0 in a friendly match. TM The teams have locked horns only three times in competitive fixtures and always in the FIFA World Cup. France prevailed 6-3 in the match for third place in 1958, when Just Fontaine scored four goals. Thereafter the sides contested the first penalty shoot-out in the competition’s history during the 1982 semi-finals, which Germany won following a 3-3 draw after extra time. Another semi-final skirmish followed four years later, resulting in a 2-0 German victory. Those World Cup encounters were also the pair’s only meetings on neutral territory.The teams have an even head-to-head record in their last three friendly matches played since 2005. A 0-0 draw in 2005 preceded a 2-1 French victory on German soil in 2012, when Olivier Giroud, Laurent Malouda and Cacau were on target, before Germany won 2-1 in France following goals from Mathieu Valbuena, Thomas Muller and Sami Khedira. France have kept clean sheets in their last two games.Les Bleusnever managed to go three World Cup have matches without conceding a goal. Since Brazil defeated them in the 2002 Final, Germany have lost another three World Cup games, all at the hands of European sides. Their opponents were Italy in 2006, followed by Serbia and Spain in 2010. If selected, Miroslav Klose will make his 22nd World Cup match and move up to second in the tournament appearance ranking for German players, behind Lothar Matthaus (25) and one in front of Uwe Seeler. The forward would be placed third in the overall ranking, behind Matthaus and Italy’s Paolo Maldini (23).
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Next quarter-final matches 05.07.2014 SALVADORMatch # 59Kick-off 17:00 LT Netherlands CostaRica FIFAWORLDCUP2014
12Goals5 5 / 0Yellow / 2Y / direct Red6 / 1 / 0 20Number of players used17 7Number of Goalscorers4 05.07.2014 BRASILIAMatch # 60Kick-off 13:00 LT ARG BEL FIFAWORLDCUP2014 7Goals6 4 / 0Yellow / red cards5 / 1 18Number of players used20 3Number of Goalscorers6 08./09.07.2014 - Semi-final Date MatchCity MatchNo Time(LT) 08.07.2014 W57- W58BELO HORIZONTE61 17:00 09.07.2014 W59- W60SAO PAULO62 17:00 12.07.2014 - Play-off for third place Date MatchCity MatchNo Time(LT) 12.07.2014 L61- L62BRASILIA 6317:00 13.07.2014 - Final Date MatchCity MatchNo Time(LT) 13.07.2014 W61- W62RIO DE JANEIRO64 16:00
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Taking a closer look at the goals scored so far at the2014 FIFA World Cup™
Most goals scored
Most goals conceded
Least goals conceded
Number of penalties
56 matches / 154 goals / average 2.75
Number of own goalsGoals scored by substitutesGoals first half v. second half -goals in additional time 1st half -goals in additional time 2nd halfGoals in first 10 minutesGoals in last 10 minutesGoals inextra timeTop goalscorerYoungest goalscorerFastest goalHighest winsHighest-scoring matchesHighest number of winsStatus as of 02.07.2014/prior quarterfinals
12 Netherlands 9 Australia,Cameroon 2 Belgium,Colombia, Costa Rica, France 11 (10converted, 1 missed) 5 29 (outof 154, 18.83%) 55 v. 92 3 11 8 (5.19%) 33 (21.43%) 7 (4.55%) 5 RODRIGUEZJames (COL) 19y 0mGREEN Julian (USA), 01.07.2014 (Belgium - USA) 0' 30"DEMPSEY Clint (USA), 16.06.2014 (Ghana - USA) 0 - 418.06.2014 (Cameroon - Croatia) 15 13.06.2014(Spain - Netherlands) 40 16.06.2014(Germany - Portugal) 2(Switzerland - France)5 20.06.2014 4 Argentina,Belgium, Colombia, Netherlands
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FIFA World Cup stats at a glance Goals, cards, attendances - comparative statistics Yellow / Teams / FIFA World Cup GoalsAttendance** AverageAverage Red Average Matches cards* Brazil 201432 / 56154 2.75153 / 102.73 / 0.182,911,381 51,989 South Africa 20103,178,856 49,6703.8 / 0.3245 / 17145 2.2732 / 64 Germany 200632 / 644.8 / 0.4307 / 28147 2.303,359,439 52,491 Korea/Japan 200232 / 64260 / 174.1 / 0.3161 2.522,705,197 42,269 France 199832 / 64250 / 223.9 / 0.3171 2.672,785,100 43,517 USA 199424 / 52141 2.714.3 / 0.3221 / 153,587,538 68,991 Italy 199024 / 52115 2.21162 / 153.1 / 0.32,516,215 48,389 Mexico 198624 / 52132 2.542.6 / 0.2133 / 82,394,031 46,039 Spain 198224 / 5298 / 51.9 / 0.1146 2.812,109,723 40,572 Argentina 197816 / 3859 / 3102 2.681,545,791 40,6791.6 / 0.1 Germany FR 19741,865,753 49,0992.3 / 0.116 / 3887 / 597 2.55 Mexico 197016 / 3295 2.9751 / 01.6 / 01,603,975 50,124 England 196616 / 3289 2.7821 / 50.7 / 0.21,563,135 48,848 Chile 196289 2.7816 / 326 / 1893,172 27,9120.03 / 0.2 Sweden 195816 / 35126 3.60 / 30 / 0.09819,810 23,423 Switzerland 195416 / 26140 5.380 / 3768,607 29,5620 / 0.12 Brazil 195013 / 2288 41 / 00.05 / 01,045,246 47,511 France 193884 4.6715 / 180 / 40 / 0.22375,700 20,872 Italy 193470 4.1216 /171 / 0363,000 21,3530 / 0.06 Uruguay 193013 / 1870 3.891 / 00.06 / 0590,549 32,808 * Yellow cards do not include second cautions in same match / No. of red cards includes direct expulsions and indirect expulsions due to second caution in same match **Attendance figures relate to the number of spectators as indicated in official FIFA match reports and not number of tickets sold. Figures also include double headers.
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