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Fédération Internationale de Football Association FIFA-Strasse 20 - P.O. Box - 8044 Zurich - Switzerland More than half the world watched record-breaking 2018 World Cup Audit shows a record 3.572 billion people watched the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ Figure includes those who watched TV at home, out of home or on digital platforms The final was seen live by a combined 1.12 billion viewers worldwide FIFA has today published the key findings of a comprehensive audit of consolidated final audience data for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, which was broadcast live in every territory around the world from 14 June to 15 July this year. 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia: Global Broadcast and Audience Executive Summary A combined 3.572 billion viewers – more than half of the global population aged four and over – tuned in to world football’s ultimate competition, according to audience data for official broadcast coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The global in-home TV audience watching at least one minute of coverage totalled 3.262 billion, while a further estimated 309.7 million people watched no coverage in home but caught the action on digital platforms, in public viewing areas or in bars and restaurants, boosting the total audience by 9.5 per cent. The final between France and Croatia on 15 July attracted a combined global audience of 1.12 billion, comprising 884.37 million viewers tuning in to linear TV coverage and a further 231.82 million out-of-home and digital-only viewers. Over the 64 matches, the average live audience was 191 million: each game was a global televisual event in its own right. The report also reveals that, on average, viewers watching on TV at home engaged with the coverage for longer than in previous FIFA World Cups: the number of viewers catching at least three minutes of the 2018 edition was 3.04 billion, a 10.9 per cent increase on Brazil 2014. Meanwhile, the audience watching for at least 30 minutes was 2.49 billion, way up on 2014’s 1.95 billion viewers. All around the world broadcasters reached unprecedented numbers of unique users through their digital platforms as second-screen and on-the-move viewing was firmly established as a way of enjoying the FIFA World Cup. "These figures really do support the claim that Russia 2018 was the best World Cup ever. We're particularly pleased to see an increase in the average time viewers are engaging with matches, which shows that we are giving the fans what they want. The fact that half the world’s population watched the FIFA World Cup reflects not just the high quality of our award-winning live coverage, but also that fans everywhere are insatiable for world-class football," said FIFA’s Chief Commercial Officer, Philippe Le Floc’h.
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There were some exceptional talents discovered and some breathtaking encounters witnessed during 2018. T20 fans also had a lot to see and admire as there were plenty of bilateral tours scheduled throughout the year. In this article, we form the strongest possible T20I XI of players formed by players of all teams ดู บอล สด ภาษา ไทย based on their performance in 2018 alone. 33-year-old Shikhar Dhawan always impressed in ODIs but could never really cement his place in India's T20 team. However, the left-handed batsman came to his own last year around and performed phenomenally well in the shortest format of the game in 2018. In the 18 T20Is, Shikhar played last year, he made 689 runs with an average of 40.52 and a superb strike rate of 147.22. There were some very important knocks which he played and they included six half-centuries as well as three scores in 40s. The experienced opening batsman will soon be seen playing in the 2019 IPL for Delhi Capitals and will hope to guide his team to success. Australia's Aaron Finch during a training session Aaron Finch had a brilliant 2018 as he scored 531 runs in 17 T20 ดู บอล สด ฟุตซอล Internationals for Australia. Finch also hit two fifties and one record-breaking century (score of 172* against Zimbabwe) in 2018. The 32-year-old had an average of 40.84 and made his runs with a blistering strike rate of 176.41. His form, however, slumped in the second half of 2018 and he could not manage a very big total. The Aussie player will be looking to give a strong performance for his national team in the upcoming World Cup. The limited-overs specialist also finally got a chance to represent his national team in Test matches last year as he made a debut against Pakistan on October 7, 2018. Lahore-born Babar Azam had a phenomenal year in 2018.
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