FIFA has published the top 10 most powerful goals at World Cup 2022 regarding the power of impact and range at the end of the group stage and 1/8 finals.
Mexican Luis Chavez, who scored against Saudi Arabia from a distance of more than 29 meters, topped the list. The speed of the ball was 121.69 kilometers per hour.
It is noteworthy that Cristiano Ronaldo was only in fourth place on this list. His goal to Ghana came from the spot of eleven meters, and the ball speed was 117.39 kilometers per hour. Kylian Mbappe, for example, ranked eighth. He hit the gate of Poland from more than 18 meters and the ball reached the goal at a speed of 113.74 kilometers per hour.
Note that the official ball of the World Cup has the technology to help track such data.
Last updated on 08 Dec 2022 - 19:36