Marcelo Brozovic, Inter Milan midfielder and vice-champion of Croatia and Italy, set a World Cup record for the distance covered in a single game, Marca reported.
Brozovic covered 16.7 kilometers in the main and extra time of the 1/8 finals against Japan. He improved his own record. 2018 In the semifinals of the World Cup, against England, Brozovic covered 16.3 km.
American Tyler Adams (49.62 km), Australian Jackson Irvine (48.96 km), Moroccan Sofyan Amrabat (48.01 km) and Spaniard Pedri (46.62 km) were in the next places on this indicator.
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