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EM 2024: Florian Wirtz is one of the most beautiful players according to AI

EM 2024: Florian Wirtz is one of the most beautiful players according to AI
EM 2024: Florian Wirtz is one of the most beautiful players according to AI

When guys with muscular legs and six-packs leap across a sports field, one or the other might lose sight of the sporting aspect. The online ticket retailer Ticketgum wanted to know from artificial intelligence: Which footballers are particularly attractive?

The British newspaper reported on the ranking, in which the German team did not do particularly well.

Germany optical disappointment according to AI

In the individual ranking, Turkish national player Mert Müldür is in first place. He is followed by Polish player Taras Romanczuk and Spaniard Fabian Ruiz. Italy is represented twice. Of the German players, Florien Wirtz just managed to make it to the last place in the top 10, saving Germany from embarrassment.

According to AI, the DFB team is not a particularly eye-catching team. The national team received 69.89 points out of 100 possible points, which puts it in 22nd place out of a total of 24 teams. According to AI, France (69.35) and Switzerland (68.13) are even less attractive.

According to the ranking, the Serbs (77.9) are the most beautiful to watch, followed by the Italians (77.64) and the Turkish team (77.59).

Performance over beauty

However, attractiveness is not decisive on the sports pitch – at least not at the 2024 European Football Championship. Because, as we all know, it is not a beauty contest, but a sporting competition. The European Championship group stage is entering its final phase, followed by the round of 16. So far, the German national team and the Spanish national team are definitely allowed to continue playing. The Polish team will definitely go home before the knockout round. Meanwhile, it remains exciting for all the other teams.

Source: Stern

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