Germany Break The Internet – All The Statistics

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Apparently a football match was played last night, but unfortunately it was only played by one side. This caused a global ripple and quite frankly, nearly broke the internet.

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Those numbers are simply astounding. What puts all of that into perspective is the following world-wide heat map for the game as it progressed.

Of course the internet had some fun with this game long before it was finished with the #ThingsMoreLikelyThanBrazilWinningTheWorldCup started trending with some brilliant tweets coming through.

Those numbers are just phenominal. Just think, 10 years ago, when there was no social media, there wouldn’t have been such a connected, wide-spread global response.