Thursday night looked 2.013.933 Flemish people live or slightly delayed to the match of the Red Devils against England-on-one. That was good for a market share of 77.2 percent, reports the public broadcaster today.
The peak occurred at around 21.50 hours, with 2.112.974 viewers or a market share of 80.9 percent. The game Belgium-England is the sixth best-viewed world cup match of the past 20 years. Belgium-Panama on June 18 stands at the fifth place, with 2.068.476 viewers. Also the match Belgium-Tunisia from June 23, with 1.691.953 observing eyes are still just in the top ten.