There was only one TV show that made sense in Iceland when the state team started a personal 1st world championship.
According to information acquired by the Icelandic FA, 99.6 percent of all people in Iceland who watched TV during the Iceland-Argentina match on Saturday watched the game.
The question is: what was the other 0.4 percent of viewers on the screens?
They would have missed Iceland, earning 1-1 draws against the Argentine team led by Lionel Messi, the player who is the best in this IRG.
Iceland maintains a public of 335,000 people and is considered a less densely populated state in order to compete in the world Cup.