sport news Spain and Sergio Ramos set new passing records in a World Cup game

Spain and Sergio Ramos set passing records at a World Cup as Fernando Hierro's men complete over a THOUSAND passes against Russia Spain and Sergio Ramos have set new passing records in a World Cup game The Spaniards completed 1114 passes in 120 minutes of football against Russia Ramos completed 141 passes during the game - the most by a single player  Russia knocked Spain out on penalties having completed just 191 passes

By Sam Mcevoy For Mailonline

Published: 19:17 BST, 1 July 2018 | Updated: 19:17 BST, 1 July 2018

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Spain have set a new passing record in a World Cup game after completing 1114 passes in 120 minutes against Russia on Sunday.

Fernando Hierro's men became the first team to reach the 1000-milestone in a World Cup game and also broke the passing record for a 90-minute match with 770.

Argentina held the previous record after completing 703 passes against Greece in a group stage game at the 2010 World Cup. 

Spain and Sergio Ramos have set a new passing record in a World Cup game in Moscow

Spain and Sergio Ramos have set a new passing record

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