MEXICO CITY -- First-round facts and figures at the World Cup:
Leading scorers -- Italy's Alessandro Altobelli, Denmark's Preben Elkjaer (4 goals).
Highest scoring team -- Soviet Union, Denmark (9 goals).
Lowest scoring team -- Canada (0 goals, 3 games).
Lowest scoring qualifier -- Bulgaria, Uruguay (2 goals).
Three-time winners -- Brazil, Denmark.
Three-time losers -- Canada, Iraq.
Best defensive team -- Brazil (0 goals-against).
Worst defensive team -- Hungary (9 goals-against).
Most draws -- Morocco, Uruguay, Paraguay, Italy, Bulgaria (2).
Tied games -- 11 in 36 games.
Biggest rout -- Soviet Union (6-0 over Hungary).
Biggest upset -- Morocco wins Group F.
Biggest disappointment -- Hungary (loses twice, 2-9 goal differential).
Eliminated teams -- Canada, Hungary, South Korea, Iraq, Algeria, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Portugal.
Fastest goal -- Spain's Emilio Butragueno, 63 seconds against Northern Ireland.
Missed penalty kicks -- Mexico's Hugo Sanchez, Soviet Union's Vadim Yevtushenko, Italy's Alessandro Altobelli.
Ejections -- 6 players, 1 coach (Paraguay's Cayetano Re).
Fastest ejection -- Uruguay's Jose Batista, 53 seconds.
Youngest coach -- France's Henri Michel, 38.
Oldest coach -- Spain's Miguel Munoz, 64.
Worst birthday gifts -- Northern Ireland goalkeeper Pat Jennings, tournament's oldest player, turns 41 on day Brazil defeats Irish 3-0; Denmark midfielder Per Frimann turns 24 on day of Denmark's first World Cup game, but is sent home injured.