An Interactive Zoho Spreadsheet for FIFA World Cup 2014

Every four years, the entire world has a single time zone. Yes, we are talking about the FlFA World Cup 2014.

A week past into the biggest sports carnival on earth, the race to the title is wide open. We have seen some interesting matches. We were captivated by that 37 kilometers per hour run by Arjen Robben, the fastest sprint by a footballer. We were astonished to see the 4-0 routing of Portugal at the hands of Germany. At this stage of the tournament, some favorites like Germany and Netherlands have established their strength and look well settled while some others are yet to gain momentum. The defending champion has been eliminated and all are eager to see how the tournament progresses.

With the football fever at its peak, we don’t want you to miss a single moment of the World Cup. The football fans in our team have created a gadget that will help you stay tuned to all the World Cup action. The gadget was created on Zoho Sheet using its various features. It was fun to create and we hope you have as much fun with it as we did when we were creating it.

The gadget is comprehensive and tells you all you need to know about the ongoing World Cup. It is updated instantaneously and provides you with the latest score update from the matches and the top contenders for the Golden Boot.

You can embed the interactive spreadsheet widget in your blog or site by using the following code snippet.

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There are separate widgets available to display the day’s matches, to find the position of various teams in their respective groups and to find out the top ten goal scorers of the tournament. You can add them from the following link which has been hosted on Zoho Wiki.

You can also keep track of your favorite players and find his complete career statistics. For instance, you can find the total number of goals scored by him and the current club that he plays for.

Bill Shankly, the legendary football manager from Liverpool FC once said, “Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I assure you, it’s much more serious than that”. So follow and enjoy the Beautiful Game with Zoho!


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