The France-Morocco it blew up television viewers in neighboring countries. According to data from TF1, the public channel offering the semifinal match, it has an amazing following, reaching an average of 20.7 million viewers, with a screen share of 66.4%. The audience peaked at 9:53 pm, coinciding with the end of the match, which brought in 23.3 million viewers.
To understand the entity of these numbers, and according to information from various French media, it must be emphasized that the world cup final 2018, where France was proclaimed champion after defeating Croatia in the final match, had an audience of 19.3 million of viewers, a million and a half almost less than registered this Wednesday. On screen sharing, yes, that final scored a historic 82.2% which this time was not even touched.
Surprisingly, the 20.7 million who followed the France-Morocco match were under of 22.2 that followed the semifinal between France and Portugal in world cup 2006, with a share of 76.6%. In the same semifinal, but from 2018, the France-Belgium game brought 19.1 million fans in front of their television, representing a 69% share.
Undoubtedly, many moroccan colony present in France contributed to the success of the television audience of a match that marks a milestone in the history of the French small screen and that the viewers of Sunday’s final will almost certainly surpass.
Source: La Verdad
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