Statistics At A Glance
Overall
Total Goals 146
Average Goals per Match 2.61
Total Braces 10 (Edinson Cavani, Denis Cheryshev, Diego Costa, Eden Hazard, Harry Kane, Romelu Lukaku (2), Kylian Mbappé, Ahmed Musa, John Stones)
Total Hat-trics 2 (Harry Kane, Cristiano Ronaldo)
Total Penalty 28
Total Penalty Scored 21 (Salman Al-Faraj, Karim Ansarifard, Artem Dzyuba, Andreas Granqvist (2), Antoine Griezmann (2), Eden Hazard, Mile Jedinak (2), Shinji Kagawa, Harry Kane (3), Luka Modrić, Victor Moses, Cristiano Ronaldo, Mohamed Salah, Ferjani Sassi, Gylfi Sigurðsson, Carlos Vela)
Total Penalty Missed or Saved 7 (Fahad Al-Muwallad, Christian Cueva, Lionel Messi, Luka Modrić, Cristiano Ronaldo, Bryan Ruiz, Gylfi Sigurðsson)
Penalty Kick Success Rate 75.00%
Own Goals Scored 10 (Edson Álvarez, Aziz Behich, Aziz Bouhaddouz, Denis Cheryshev, Thiago Cionek, Oghenekaro Etebo, Ahmed Fathy, Sergei Ignashevich, Yassine Meriah, Yann Sommer)

Timings
First goal of the tournament Yury Gazinsky for Russia against Soudi Arab
First brace of the tournament Denis Cheryshev for Russia against Soudi Arab
First hat-trick of the tournament Cristiano Ronaldo for Portugal against Spain
Fastest goal in a match from kick off 1st minute (Mathias Jørgensen for Denmark against Croatia)
Fastest goal in a match after coming on as a substitute 1st minute (Artem Dzyuba for Russia against Soudi Arab enterd at 70th minute)
Latest goal in a match without extra time 90+7th minute (Neymar of Brazil against Costa Rica)
Latest winning goal in a match without extra time 90+5th minute (Aziz Bouhaddouz (own goal) for Iran against Morocco, Toni Kroos for Germany against Sweden, Salem Al-Dawsari for Saudi Arabia against Egypt)
Shortest time difference between two goals scored by the same team in a match 3 minutes (Diego Costa and Nacho for Spain against Portugal)

Teams
Most goals scored by a team 12 (Belgium)
Fewest goals scored by a team: 2 (Australia, Costa Rica, Egypt, Germany, Iceland, Iran, Morocco, Panama, Peru, Poland, Soudi Arab, Serbia)
Most goals conceded by a team 11 (Panama)
Fewest goals conceded by a team 1 (Brazil, Uruguay)
Best goal difference +8 (Belgium)
Worst goal difference -9 (Panama)
Most goals scored in a match by both teams 7 (Belgium 5–2 Tunisia, England 6–1 Panama, France 4-3 Argentina)
Most goals scored in a match by one team 6 (England against Panama)
Most goals scored in a match by the losing team 3 (Argentina against France)
Biggest margin of victory 5 Goals (Russia 5–0 Soudi Arab, England 6-1 Panama)
Most Clean Sheets achieved by a team 3 (Brazil, Sweden, Uruguay)
Fewest Clean Sheets achieved by a team 0 (Argentina, Australia, Costa Rica, Egypt, England, Germany, Iceland, Japan, Morocco, Panama, Soudi Arab, Senegal, Switzerland, Tunisia)
Most Clean Sheets given by an opposing team 2 (Costa Rica, Germany, Mexico, Morocco, Peru, Soudi Arab)
Fewest CleanSheets given by an opposing team 0 (Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Croatia, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Tunisia, Uruguay)
Most consecutive Clean Sheets achieved by a team 3 (Brazil, Uruguay)
Most consecutive Clean Sheets given by an opposing team 2 (Costa Rica, Mexico, Morocco, Peru, Soudi Arab)

Individuals
Most goals scored by an individual 6 (Harry Kane)
Most assists provided by an individual 2 (Éver Banega, Viktor Claesson, Aleksandr Golovin, Eden Hazard, Lionel Messi, Thomas Meunier, Juan Fernando Quintero, James Rodríguez, Carlos Andrés Sánchez)
Most goals and assists produced by an individual 6 (Harry Kane (6 goals))
Most Clean Sheets achieved by a goalkeeper 3 (Alisson, Fernando Muslera, Robin Olsen)
Most consecutive Clean Sheets achieved by a goalkeeper 3 (Alisson, Fernando Muslera)
Most goals scored by one player in a match 3 (Cristiano Ronaldo for Portugal against Spain, Harry Kane for England against Panama)
Oldest goal scorer 37 years, 120 days (Felipe Baloy for Panama against England)
Youngest goal scorer 19 years, 183 days (Kylian Mbappé for France against Peru)

Win-Loss
Most wins 4 (Uruguay)
Fewest wins 0 (Australia, Costa Rica, Egypt, Iceland, Morocco, Panama)
Most losses 3 (Egypt, Panama)
Fewest losses 0 (Belgium, Brazil, Croatia, Denmark, France, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay)
Most draws 2 (Denmark, Spain, Switzerland)
Fewest draws 0 (Belgium, Colombia, Egypt, England, Germany, Mexico, Nigeria, Panama, Peru, Poland, Soudi Arab, Serbia, South Korea, Sweden, Tunisia, Uruguay)
Most points in the Group stage 9 (Belgium, Croatia, Uruguay)
Fewest points int the Group Stage 0 (Egypt, Panama)

Discipline
Total number of yellow cards 171
Average yellow cards per match 3.29
Total number of red cards 3
Average red cards per match 0.06
First yellow card of the tournament Aleksandr Golovin for Russia against Soudi Arab
First red card of the tournament Carlos Sánchez for Colombia against Japan
Fastest yellow card from kick off 1st minute (Jesús Gallardo for Mexico against Sweden)
Fastest yellow card after coming on as a substitute 1st minute (Vedran Ćorluka for Croatia against Argentina (introduced in the 90+3th minute))
Latest yellow card in a match without extra time 90 +8th minute (Aleksandar Prijović for Serbia against Costa Rica, Cédric Soares for Portugal against Iran)
Latest yellow card in a match with extra time 115th minute (Mathias Jørgensen for Denmark against Croatia)
Fastest dismissal from kick off 3rd minute (Carlos Sánchez for Colombia against Japan)
Latest dismissal in a match without extra time 82nd minute (Jérôme Boateng for Germany against Sweden)
Shortest time difference between two yellow cards given to the same player 9 minutes (Igor Smolnikov for Russia against Uruguay (booked in the 27th minute and again in the 36th minute))
Most Yellow cards (team) 11 (Argentina, Panama)
Most Red cards (team) 1 (Colombia, Germany, Russia)
Fewest Yellow cards (team) 1 (Soudi Arab, Uruguay)
Most Yellow cards (player) 2 (Éver Banega, Armando Cooper, Karim El Ahmadi, Mathias Jørgensen, Jung Woo-young, Sebastian Larsson, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Javier Mascherano, Nemanja Matić, Blaise Matuidi, Aleksandar Mitrović, Héctor Moreno, Michael Amir Murillo, M'Baye Niang, Nicolás Otamendi, Yussuf Poulsen, Cristiano Ronaldo, Ferjani Sassi, Fabian Schär)
Most Red cards (player) 1 (Jérôme Boateng, Carlos Sánchez, Igor Smolnikov)
Most Yellow cards (match) 8 (Belgium vs Panama, France vs Argentina)
Most Red cards (match) 1 (Colombia vs Japan, Germany vs Sweden, Uruguay vs Russia)
Fewest Yellow cards (match) 0 (Argentina vs Iceland, Uruguay vs Soudi Arab)
Most cards in one match 8 yellow cards (Belgium vs Panama, France vs Argentina)