4 new charts - World Cup is coming up! ⚽️
Top scorers, top wins, cost of hosting and Man United
Chart #1 - I had to triple-check the data. It is accurate. Qatar spent a humungous amount of $220B to host 2022 World Cup. Almost 20x that of 2nd place Russia, just $11.6B.
Chart #2 - Man United is one of the few publicly traded sports clubs in the world. How does it make money? A pretty equal and healthy 4 sources for revenue. Loss-making? Sadly so.
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Chart #3 - Who are the top scorers in each country? Gutted to see my childhood hero Ronaldo didn’t keep his top position, but equally, I love Klose!
Chart #4 - Brazil for the 6th time? France up to 3 times? What’s your top bet?
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