0 – Italy are the only nation not to be caught offside so far at Euro 2016.
0 – Germany, Poland, Spain and Italy have all yet to concede a goal.
0 – Albania, Ukraine, Turkey and Austria are all yet to score.
0 – Sweden have yet to have a single shot on target over two games.
0 – Austria have never scored in open play at European Championships (5 games).
1 – England (vs Wales) are the only team to come from behind to win a game in 24 matches at Euro 2016.
1 – England, Russia, Spain and Wales have collected the fewest cards (1 yellow card each).
1 – Ukraine are the only nation eliminated after two games.
1 – Hugo Lloris has only made one save so far (conceded 1 goal).
2 – Slovakia (vs Russia) became the first team at Euro 2016 to score two goals in the first half.
2 – Gareth Bale became the first player to score twice directly from free kicks since West Germany’s Thomas Häßler at Euro 92.
2 – Álvaro Morata and Romelu Lukaku are the only players to have scored a brace so far at Euro 2016.
2 – Burim Kukeli and Alfreð Finnbogason were the only players to pick up a yellow card in each of their first two games.
3 – Dimitri Payet has been involved in more goals than any other player (2 goals, 1 assist).
3 – Bogdan Stancu became only the third player to score more than one penalty at a European Championship (after Frank Arnesen in 1984 and Gaizka Mendieta in 2000 – 2 each).
3 – Real Madrid players have scored more goals than any other team (Gareth Bale (2) and Luka Modrić (1)).
5 – Fabian Schär (vs Albania) has scored the earliest goal in the tournament so far.
6 – France, Spain and Italy are the only three nations to pick up maximum points from their opening two games.
7% – Romania have won only one of their 15 matches at European Championship finals.
7 – The Republic of Ireland are winless in their last seven games at European Championships (D2 L5).
7 – Romania have received the most cards (7 yellow cards, 0 red cards).
7 – Álvaro Morata and Aron Gunnarsson have committed the most fouls at Euro 2016.
7 – Artem Dzyuba, Eden Hazard, Grzegorz Krychowiak, Giorgio Chiellini and László Kleinheisler have won the most free kicks.
7 – Thomas Müller has yet to score in seven matches at European Championships. He has scored 10 goals in 13 World Cup matches.
8 – France have only led for a combined eight minutes in their two games combined.
8 – Croatia had gone eight games at European Championships without conceding more than one goal in a single game until drawing 2-2 with Czech Republic on Friday (since losing 4-2 to England at Euro 2004).
8 – Turkey have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last eight games at European Championship finals.
8 – Zlatan Ibrahimović has been caught offside on more occasions than any other player.
9 – A Liverpool player has scored for England at the last nine tournaments they have competed in.
10 – Spain have not conceded a goal in their last 10 competitive games.
10 – Russia have failed to win any of their past 10 European Championship games when they have conceded the opening goal (D2 L8).
11 – Switzerland have been caught offside on the most occasions.
11 – Sweden have had the fewest shots.
12 – Germany have allowed the fewest shots on their goal over two games.
12 – Ukraine’s Andriy Pyatov and Iceland’s Hannes Þór Halldórsson have made the most saves through two games.
14 – Spain are unbeaten in their last 14 games at European Championships (W11 D3).
14 – Dimitri Payet has created more chances than any other player so far at Euro 2016.
15 – Portugal have had the most shots on target.
18 – Belgium have committed the fewest fouls.
18 – Marcus Rashford became the youngest player to represent England at a European Championship (18 years 228 days) – four days younger than Wayne Rooney in 2004 (vs France).
20 – Cristiano Ronaldo has had 20 shots on goal at Euro 2016. He is yet to score.
24 – Croatia have had more shots on the penalty area than any other nation.
27 – Portugal have had more shots from outside the penalty area than any other nation.
28% – 13 of the 47 games at Euro 2016 have been scored in the 87th minute or later. There have only been 14 goals scored in the first half.
28 – There were 28 passes in the build up to Axel Witsel’s goal versus the Republic of Ireland.
32 – Austria have failed to find the back of the net with their last 32 attempts on goal at European Championships.
33% – Iceland have averaged the least possession over two games (32.9%).
35 – Nolito became the 35th different player to score for Spain at the European Championships – the most of any nation in the competition’s history (overtaking Germany on 34).
36 – Cristiano Ronaldo has now failed to score from 36 direct free kicks in World Cups and European Championships combined.
37 – Romania have committed the most fouls.
38 – Iceland have faced the most efforts on goal over two game.
40 – Gábor Király is the oldest player to play in European Championships (40 years, 79 days).
42% – 10 of the 24 games so far at Euro 2016 have been 1-0 at half-time.
49 – Portugal have had the most shots.
50% – 12 of the 24 games so far at Euro 2016 have been 0-0 at half-time.
57% – Four of Switzerland’s seven goals at European Championships have come from set pieces (2 penalties, 2 corners).
58 – Sergio Ramos’ yellow card after 58 seconds is the quickest so far at Euro 2016.
62% – Turkey have failed to score in eight of their 13 matches at European Championship finals.
64% – Germany have averaged the most possession over two games (64.3%).
67% – Italy have kept four clean sheets in their last six games at Euro finals.
71% – Five of Gylfi Sigurðsson’s last seven goals for Iceland have come from the penalty spot.
80% – Cristiano Ronaldo has missed four of his last five penalties for club and country.
90′ – There was not a single shot on target until the 90th minute in the France 2-0 Albania game.
96 – Dimitri Payet (vs Albania) has scored the latest goal in the tournament so far.
202 – Toni Kroos has completed the most passes.
224 – Granit Xhaka has attempted the most passes.
388′ – Ukraine have not scored in their last 388 minutes at European Championship finals.
689′ – Spain are on a run of 689 minutes without conceding a single goal at a European Championship finals.
1,402 – Spain have made the most passes.