Pretty much every single TV that was on during Iceland's match against Argentina Saturday was tuned into the game, according to the Football Association of Iceland.

A whopping 99.6 percent of televisions had the match on, which saw underdog Iceland draw 1-1 against Lionel Messi and Argentina.


The viewers likely were estatic with what they saw — Iceland's goalkeeper Hannes Halldorsson came up huge when he stopped a Messi penalty kick, keeping the team very much alive to move on to the Round of 16.

Despite the smallest population of all the World Cup Countries (just over 334,000), fans have been coming out in droves in both Russia and Iceland.

At the moment, Croatia sits atop the Group D standings after it defeated Nigeria. Iceland plays Nigeria Friday.