FIFA: Footballers run 120 rounds of ground in 90 minutes, 1500 calories burned in a match
At the ground, the football player takes a distance of more than 11.2 km.
Three days have passed since FIFA World Cup begins Strength and Stamina are the biggest demand for this game. During a match, a player runs an average of 11.2 kilometers. This distance equals 120 rounds of a football field. During this time the player burns about 1500 calorie energy.
Players return after 12 to 14 hours of match
– During the match the carbohydrate and protein consumption of the player increases in the body. There is a lack of energy. It takes about 12 to 14 hours for the energy that is finished in the body to come back inside the body.
– The players who are in midfield are most engaged. Midfielders who travel to both ends of the ground sometimes travel more than 15 km. At the same time, the goalkeeper runs the lowest.
More than football, only the player in cricket has the maximum distance of 12 km. In football, the player who decides the distance in the 90-minute game, a cricketer determines that distance in 8 to 9 hours of play.
Fasting from Ronaldo and Messi
– According to UEFA, Mohammed Salah of Egypt proved to be the fastest player in the Champions League ended in May 2018. He left behind Lionel Messi, Neymar Jr and Cristiano Ronaldo. Salah’s top speed was 33 km / h during the match. However, in this case Messi is at the bottom of the speed of 28 km / h.
Brazil’s Neymar Jr., who played for Cristiano Ronaldo and Paris Saint-Germain, who played for Real Madrid, played the fastest speed of 31 km / hr.
Speed of the game increased after 1966
– According to the Journal of Science and Medicine and Sports Reports, since the 8th World Cup in 1966, more fitness has been observed on the players’ fitness. Due to proper supervision, the player injury is also reduced. After that the speed of the game has increased by 15% so far. The rate of passing the ball due to injury reduction also increased by 35 percent.
– 104 players hurt at the rate of 1.68 per match in the 2014 World Cup. Most of which occurred due to collision with each other. During this period, 72 percent of the injuries, 18 percent head and neck, and 10 percent of the injuries were in the hands, arms and shoulders.
– Team management keeps track of their mentual and physical training for every minute so that all players get 100% fit and get into the ground. With the right fitness, players are spending more time on the ground.