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Senegal x Qatar raises Globo audience on Friday, but is below the average of the last 10am games – 2022 Cup

Senegal won its first World Cup victory, with a 3-1 victory over Qatar – Reproduction / Twitter @FIFAWorldCup

Senegal’s victory over Qatar by 3-1, this Friday (25), defined the first elimination of this world Cup, precisely that of the host country. The confrontation between the two teams without great tradition in the football world yielded, once again, the leadership for the Globe at open TV🇧🇷

The indices of court hearing were superior to those of 7am game between Iran and Wales, which scored 11 points across Brazil🇧🇷 Even so, they were below the average of the last matches played from 10 am (Brasília time).

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In the national measurement, Globo conquered 14 points of average and 41% of participation. This number was below, for example, Uruguay vs. South Korea, held the day before and which scored 17 points across Brazil. On the other hand, it tied with the audience of the defeat of England over Iran, by 6 to 2, on Monday (21).

In São Paulo, Senegal x Qatar secured 13 points for the broadcaster and 36% participation. In Rio de Janeiro, however, there were 15 average points and a 41% share.

According to Kantar Ibope Media, each point in the Rio de Janeiro capital is equivalent to 47,601 households or 124,692 people. In Greater São Paulo, one point represents 74,666 households or 205,755 viewers.

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