The 2018 World Cup has all come down to Croatia versus France, and it's already set up to be a record-breaking match. Deadline reports that no fewer than 3.4 billion people are expected to tune in to the match, despite the fact that, last time we checked, Croatia and France made up considerably less than 46 percent of the world's population. So what's behind this football (or make that soccer, depending on your location) mania? The answer lies in the structures of your brain.
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Written by Reuben Westmaas July 11, 2014
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