Only 3 teams...
Finished with 3 wins out of 3: Uruguay (who did it without conceding a goal), Croatia and Belgium
Perhaps the most dramatic set of matches came in Group B, which not only saw Spain and Portugal play out a 3-3 thriller, but it ended with 2 wild draws that were decided by goals in second-half injury time
The remarkable percentage of goals in the group stage (27 out of 122) scored in the last 10 minutes + injury time. Neymar's goal against Costa Rica in minute 90+7 was the latest-ever recorded in regular time.
In contrast to Argentina, Germany seemed to have recovered from a stunning defeat to Mexico with a last-gasp win over Sweden only to be eliminated by a loss against Korea Repbublic. This was the first group-stage exit in their history.
Lionel Messi scored the 100th goal of the event in the win over Nigeria.
It took until the 37th match of the group stage for a 0-0 draw, and there was only 1 in the entire 48 matches.
The 2500th goal in the history of the World Cup came from the boot of Tunisia's Fakhreddine Ben Youssef against Panama.
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