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THE PLAYERS WHO HAVE RUN THE MOST KILOMETERS SO FAR IN THE WORLD CUP

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If this World Cup in Qatar were an athletics competition, Morocco, Croatia, or Germany would undoubtedly win. Footballers from these teams have run the most kilometers in the World Cup, according to official statistics. But, of course, football is played with a ball at the feet, and things change: data can influence but not decide a game.


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According to these measurements, the German Joshua Kimmich, the symbol of the team led by Hansi Flick that will qualify for the round of 16 against Costa Rica, ran the most on the first day of the group stage. In terms of the second date, the Croatian Marcelo Brozóvic was ranked first. Ellyes Skhiri of Tunisia finished second on both days, trailing them. The best "runners" cover about 13 kilometers per game.


The first date's ranking:


The second date ranking:

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Those who have run the most in this World Cup.

Those who have run the most kilometers in this World Cup.

There are no Argentine players in the starting lineup. Rodrigo DePaul has covered the most kilometers in La Scaloneta so far, averaging 11 kilometers per match. But, so far, his game has left something to be desired, falling short of his peak.


Brazil and France are in the World Cup group stage, while Qatar and Canada are out.

Lionel Messi traveled 8.4 kilometers in front of Mexico during the game. A small number. However, he was once again decisive for Argentina, scoring the crucial 1-0 goal. Almost 5 of the 8.4 were practically walking. In football, you don't have to run to be decisive...


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Sulley Ali Muntari, a Ghana legend, has tipped three Black Stars players for greatness based on their talent and ability at the ongoing 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament in Qatar.


The former Accra Hearts of Oak SC midfielder believes Ghana currently has a strong senior national team.


Mohammed Kudus, the playmaker for Dutch Eredivisie giant AFC Ajax Amsterdam, believes he is hugely talented and physically built for the English Premier League and believes he would shine in the English top-flight.


He also mentioned Kamal Sowah, who plays for Club Brugge KV in Belgium's Jupiler Pro League, as one of the players he believes has the potential to reach the pinnacle of football.




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