Britain’s ‘BBC’ analyzed the changing trends of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. It was evaluated as a tournament in which the most surprises occurred in the World Cup, a tournament in which many goals were scored despite a decrease in shooting attempts, and a tournament in which fouls were greatly reduced.

On the 20th, ‘BBC’ pointed out the Qatar World Cup trend through data from Gracenote, a data analysis company under Nielsen.

First, he said it was a ‘contest of the weak’. There were a total of 15 matches in which a weak team defeated a strong team, 토토 the most in history. The second place was the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup with 14 appearances. In terms of odds ratio, it was 24%, the highest since the 1958 tournament (26%).

It is also noteworthy that the bone efficiency has increased. The shooting itself was the lowest since 2002, when Gracenote started World Cup statistics. Previously, 1661 shots were the lowest in the 2014 Brazil tournament, but this time 1458 shots came out. However, 172 goals were scored, the most since the 1998 tournament, when the number of goals increased to 32 countries. The average number of shots per match in the tournament was 22.8, and the average score was 2.69 goals.

The number of players who scored at least one goal was 117, a decrease of 5 from 4 years ago in Russia. 92.9% of all goals came from inside the penalty area, the most goals from inside the penalty area among the previous four competitions.

Judges pulled out 227 yellow cards (warnings), the most since the 2010 tournament. Grace Note analyzed that it was “because of the stricter referee.” The relatively low number of fouls was reduced to 1599, the lowest in four consecutive tournaments. There were 4 red cards (exit), the same as in the previous tournament.

‘BBC’ also said that 10 teenagers started 20 times and said, “This is the tournament with the most teenagers than any other World Cup.” He also added that a total of 27 veterans over the age of 35 started in 83 games, “32 more than the previous record set in 2002.” 35-year-old Lionel Messi (Argentina) and 37-year-old Luka Modric (Croatia) started all seven games for the team.