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FIFA Women’s World Cup Final Sets New Tweet Per Second Record

Written on July 18, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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FIFA World Cup Finals: USA vs Japan match sets the new all-time record of having 7,196 tweets sent per second. Paraguay vs. Brazil game holds the number two spot with 7,166 tweets.

Social media sites, Twitter to be more specific, is indeed the best source of latest updates regarding news around the world. Last Sunday, July 17, the final game of FIFA Women’s World Cup was held, highlighting the match between the athletes of Japan and USA. The said event does not only set Japan as the first Asian team to win a FIFA World Cup, but it also set a new record of having the highest number of tweets that were sent per second.

As stated from a tweet sent by @Twitter, the game between the two countries established 7,196 tweets per second right after the game ends, making them the new record holder.

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