“It’s like the whole world is looking for one thing,” said the internet giant’s CEO, Sundar Pichai.

Undoubtedly, the grand final of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar was moving, both for Argentines and for the rest of the planet. One more example of what generates the maximum football quote was highlighted by Sundar PichaiCEO of Googlewho yesterday used his Twitter profile to inform that the search engine reached his peak traffic in 25 years.

In addition to celebrating the team, and especially, the absolute conquest of Lionel Messi, Google is also celebrating. And it is that according to Sundar Pichai himself, CEO of Alphabet and Google, the final of the World Cup in Qatar was a historical record in the search engine.

“It’s like the whole world is searching for one thing”, assured the manager through Twitter. Although he has not given official data, in Google Trendssearch engine trends, was undoubtedly one of the topics of the moment.

Pichai also took advantage of the consecration of the 2022 Qatar World Cup final to celebrate the match between Argentina and France. Words were also not lacking towards Lionel Messi, who won his first World Cup, indicating that “no one deserves it more than him”.

According to the Google Trends site, the most sought-after players in the National Team were himself Lionel Messi and Emiliano “Dibu” Martinez,the hero in the penalty shootout against the Gauls.

Likewise, Argentina was one of the most sought after teams worldwide, especially when comparing it country by country. At the continental level, for example, users from the United States, Cuba, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Belize, Guatemala, Panama, Suriname, Uruguay and Paraguay were among the most interested.

World Cup numbers on Twitter

Another of the data that the Internet giant delivered precisely had as its protagonist Elon Musk,who during the world’s grand final submitted to the popular will regarding his continuity as the current CEO of Twitter.

In this sense, Musk recognized that France’s goal got more than 24,400 tweets,the highest record during the World Cup in Qatar.

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