Statistical highlights: 169 goals, 49,647 passes and one winner

An average of 2.64 goals was scored per match at Russia 2018.

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At the end of the 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia, 169 goals have been scored in 64 matches, Harry Kane (England) bagging the Golden Boot with six goals and Belgium the highest-scoring team with 16 strikes. France emerged the winner with a 4-2 win in the final.

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Here are a few statistical highlights at the end of the round of 16 stage at the World Cup.

Top 3 scorers

6 — Harry Kane, England 

4 — Romelu Lukaku, Belgium

4 — Denis Cheryshev, Russia

Number crunching

2.6 — Average goals per match

219 — Yellow cards

4 — Red cards

49,647 — Passes completed

776 — Average passes per match 

Teams

Top goals — 16, Belgium

Best passing — 3,336, England

England Best attacking — 321

Croatia Best defending — 272 clearances, tackles and saves 

Players

Most attempts — 27, Neymar, Brazil

Most distance covered — 69km, John Stones, England

Most passes completed — 485, Sergio Ramos, Spain 

Most saves — 27, Thibaut Courtois, Belgium

Matches

Top goals —  7 (Belgium beats Tunisia 5-2) 

Most attempts — 31 (Belgium vs Tunisia)

Disciplinary — 8 cards (Belgium vs Panama, Colombia vs England)

Passes completed — 1235 (Spain vs Russia)

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