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2023 FIFA U-17 World Cup: Data and Facts from the Round of 16 Otomatis

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The 2023 FIFA U-17 World Cup has concluded its Round of 16 matches, and here are the data and facts from the exciting encounters in Indonesia:

1. Goal-Filled Matches:

  • A total of 27 goals were scored in the eight Round of 16 matches of the 2023 U-17 World Cup.
  • Only one match ended in a goalless draw: France vs. Senegal, which finished 0-0.
  • The highest-scoring matches were Argentina vs. Venezuela (5-0) and Mali vs. Mexico (5-0).
  • The average number of goals per match in the Round of 16 was 3.375.

2. Uzbekistan as Asia’s Sole Representative:

  • Asia initially had three teams in the Round of 16: Japan, Iran, and Uzbekistan.
  • Unfortunately, Japan was eliminated by Spain (1-2), and Iran lost to Morocco in a penalty shootout after a 0-0 draw (1-4 on penalties).
  • Uzbekistan emerged victorious against England (2-1) and is the only Asian team remaining in the tournament.
  • Uzbekistan will face France in the quarterfinals.

3. Brazil: The Most Prolific Team:

  • Brazil is the most prolific team in the tournament, having scored a total of 16 goals.
  • Despite their attacking prowess, Brazil has only managed one clean sheet, conceding five goals in total.
  • Brazil is set to face Argentina in the quarterfinals.

4. France’s Solid Defense:

  • The French national team has yet to concede a goal in the tournament.
  • France secured clean sheets and victories against Burkina Faso, South Korea, and the United States in the group stage.
  • In the Round of 16, France played a goalless draw against Senegal but won 5-3 in the penalty shootout.

5. Venezuela: Most Cards Received:

  • Venezuela has accumulated the most cards in the tournament, receiving a total of nine yellow cards and two red cards.
  • In the match against Argentina, Venezuela received five yellow cards and one red card.

The quarterfinals promise more thrilling action as the remaining eight teams compete for a spot in the semifinals.

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