1.Currently longest unbeaten run by International teams
1.20 – Spain
Spain have scored in 20 consecutive matches, since a 2-0 defeat against Italy. They equal the team record for the longest scoring streak (20, 1947-1951).
Most appearances for Spain: Iker Casillas (167) Sergio Ramos (152) Xavi (133) ANDRÉS INIESTA (127)
Belgium defender Thomas Meunier was directly involved in seven goals against Gibraltar in August 2017 (3 goals, 4 assists) – no other player in European WCQ was involved in more than four in a single game.
The Atlas Lions have qualified for the World Cup 2018 unbeaten in the third round of qualifying, with three wins and three draws in their six matches, but they have also not conceded a goal.
Peru are participating in their first World Cup since 1982 – that gap of 36 years between appearances is the biggest of any of the 32 teams that have qualified for the 2018 World Cup
Denmark equal their record of keeping a clean sheet in four consecutive matches, set on three previous occasions: 1986-1987, 1993 and most recently 1995.