25 players. 7 countries. 195 matches. 1427 goals.

You can draw some conclusions about the tournament by watching these interesting charts:

(NOTE: The Game of Shame & Playouts were not included in the statistics calculations)


WC 2001&2002 STATS

The table below shows the statistics of all the players who have participated in the two world cups, sorted by the points they earned:

Same as above, only this time the players are sorted by points/games (maximum being, of course, 3):


-All 28 goals in World Cup finals were scored from inside the box

-Only 11 players participated in both world cups

-Rikki Fullarton has the best goal average with 6.32 goals per game

-Gianluca Troiano has the best defence with 1.40 goals per game

-Alkis Polyrakis has played the most World Cup matches (37) and has the most victories (28). He is also the top scorer with 195 goals.

-Steve Camber has the most draws (8)

-Mark Elliott and Anthony Kyne have the most defeats (14)

-Out of the players that were in both world cups, Steve Camber has the best defence average with 2.14

-Out of the players that were in both world cups, Vasilis Kafiris is the only one who didn't get a single draw! 12 victories and 13 defeats in 25 games.

-In the Play-outs semi-finals, Mark and Yakos were not supposed to play a third match. According to the rules, they had to play extra time & (if needed) penalty kicks. They didn't know that, so the first extra time in the world cups never occured.


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