Historija, ljudi moji.
1 - England have won a penalty shoot-out at the World Cup for the first time. Ecstasy.
1 - Yerry Mina is the first defender to score three headed goals at a single World Cup tournament since at least 1966. Hero.
3 - Harry Kane is the first player to convert 3 penalties (excl. penalty shootouts) at a single World Cup tournament since Hristo Stoichkov for Bulgaria in 1994. Deadly
2 - Sweden have won back-to-back World Cup matches for the first time since 1958, when they won the quarter-final and semi-final on their way to the final as host nation that year. Rising.
2 - Belgium are the first team in #WorldCup history to have two subs coming on and score a goal in a World Cup knockout game. Masterminded.
2 - Prior to Belgium, the last team to come back from 2 goals down to win a World Cup knockout stage match were West Germany against England in 1970. Devil.
6 - Japan have scored six goals at this #WorldCup, more than in any of their previous World Cup participations. Sunny.
20 - Guillermo Ochoa has made 20 saves at the 2018 World Cup, more than any other goalkeeper for Mexico in a single tournament since at least 1966. Guardian.
39 - Mexico's Rafael Marquez (39y 139d) is the oldest outfield player to start a World Cup knockout match since Stanley Matthews (39y 145d) in 1954 for England v Uruguay.
2 - Spain #ESP were eliminated from a World Cup tournament without losing a game for the second time in their history (also 2002), with both of those occasions ending in penalty shootout defeats against the host nation. Memory.
3 - Danijel Subasic is only the 2nd goalkeeper to save 3 penalties in a shootout of a World Cup game after Ricardo v England in 2006. Hero
1 - David de Gea made one save at the 2018 World Cup (six goals conceded -exc. penalty shootout), fewer than any other goalkeeper in a single tournament since at least 1966 (minimum three games played). Strange
141 - Sergio Ramos completed 141 passes against Russia, the most of any player in a World Cup game since at least 1966. Captain.
4 - Since 1966, only Grzegorz Lato & Andrzej Szarmach (5 for Poland) and Michael Ballack & Miroslav Klose (5 for Germany) have combined for more World Cup goals than Edinson Cavani & Luis Suarez (4 for Uruguay). Combinations.
Remember, remember the 5th of November.
"On je nogometni Christoph Waltz – savršeni glumac za ulogu lošeg momka kojeg je lako voljeti i kad na terenu radi odvratne stvari."
"Three for me, two for them."