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FIFA Fever: 13 goals scored in a day, most yet in this World Cup

Day 11 of the FIFA World Cup 2018 boasts an overall tally of 13 goals scored, more than any other day in the tournament till now. In the first game between Belgium and Tunisia the usual scorers Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard made their mark with 2 goals each. Another Belgian to make his debut goal was Michy Batshuayi the second highest scorer in Belgium. Tunisia also managed to score two goals - one was a beautiful header by Dylan Bronn and the other a sharp corner was scored by Wahbi Khazri.

In the second match of the day, South Korea's Son Heung-Min finally broke his goal drought. On the Mexican side Javier Hernandez and Carlos Vela were the ones to score.

In the last match between Germany and Switzerland, the former was really sweating in the first half of the game. Althought Switzerland took an early lead with a 32nd minute goal by Toivonen, Germany pushed back with a goal from M. Reus and a sublime free kick by Toni Kroos.

SonyLIV is one of the premium OTT platforms in India and the official mobile and internet broadcaster for the FIFA World Cup in Russia. It is the go to destination for all football fanatics.

Check out Match Centre on SonyLIV, where viewers can see live scores, player positions, team data, match statistics and live commentary. For a more engaging experience, users can set reminders or view the entire schedule, while the points table gives a quick update on the standings, scores, etc. Additionally, SonyLIV has also created a fan-zone on second screen that users can access on their mobile phones or tablets and experience features like match predictions, emotion meter, polls and contests, even as they watch the game in real-time.

Other features include, viewing missed games with snippets and clips of key moments from every match along with highlights. To cater to the widest possible range of viewers, SonyLIV will be available in six simultaneous audio feeds - Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and English.

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