0 – France have failed to score in the first half of any of their four games.
0 – Iceland are the only nation remaining that have yet to keep a clean sheet.
0 – Switzerland were eliminated without losing a single game (W1 D3).
0 – There were no shots on target in 90 minutes in the Croatia-Portugal second round tie.
1 – England have only ever progressed from one tie in the knockout stages at European Championship finals (vs Spain at Euro 96).
1 – Italy have been caught offside only once in their four games.
1 – Iceland have won more knockout games in 90 minutes at European Championships than England ever have.
1 – England are the only nation to have both won a game from behind (vs Wales) and lose a game after taking the lead (vs Iceland).
1 – Kolbeinn Sigþórsson has scored with his only shot on target at Euro 2016.
2 – Wales have reached the quarter-finals in both major tournaments they have participated in (also 1958 World Cup).
2 – Spain lost back-to-back games at a Euros for the first time since 1988.
2 – Robbie Brady is the Republic of Ireland’s all-time top scorer in European Championship finals (2 goals).
2 – Robbie Brady’s penalty after 1:58 versus France is the quickest goal so far at Euro 2016.
3 – Belgium have won three consecutive matches.
3 – England and Portugal collected the fewest yellow cards in the tournament of teams to reach the second round (3 each).
3 – There have been three own goals scored at Euro 2016 – more than any previous European Championship finals.
3 – Mesut Özil has now missed his last three penalties for club and country.
3 – Eden Hazard has provided as many assists for Belgium at Euro 2016 as he did for Chelsea during the entire 2015-16 Premier League season.
3 – Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne are the only players to assist as many as three goals.
4 – Germany have kept four clean sheets at Euro 2016 – more than they have recorded in any other edition of the European Championships.
4 – Belgium’s 4-0 win over Hungary is their biggest win at a major tournament.
4 – Portugal have drawn all four of their games in 90 minutes.
4 – Iceland and Spain have named the same starting XI for all four of their games.
4 – Spain (4) conceded more goals than Northern Ireland (3).
4 – Iceland and Wales are the only nations to score in all four games.
4 – Eden Hazard has been involved in more goals than any other player (1 goal, 3 assists).
5 – Mario Gómez is now Germany’s all-time joint-top scorer at the European Championships with Jürgen Klinsmann (5 goals).
6 – Robert Lewandowski has not scored in his last six games at European Championship finals.
6 – England’s Mark Clattenburg has averaged six yellow cards per game (12 yellow cards in 2 games) – the highest average among the referees.
7 – Hungary 0-4 Belgium saw seven yellow cards, the joint-most in the tournament so far (along with Albania 0-1 Switzerland, though this game also saw a red card).
8 – Belgium have scored the most goals after four games.
8 – Hungary have conceded the most goals after four games.
9 – Republic of Ireland have had the fewest shots on target of teams who have played four games.
9 – Thomas Müller has now played nine games at European Championships and is yet to score a single goal. He has 10 goals in 13 World Cup games.
11 – Cristiano Ronaldo has been caught offside on more occasions than any other player.
12 – Álvaro Morata and Aron Gunnarsson have committed the most fouls (12 each).
13 – Italy have collected the most cards (13 yellow cards).
13 – Harry Kane has had the most shots at Euro 2016 of players not to score.
13 – Italian referee Nicola Rizzoli and Serbian Milorad Mažić have both dished out 13 yellow cards in three games – the most among referees (Rizzoli has also shown 1 red card).
15 – The quarter-final between Wales and Belgium will be contested between the two highest-scoring nations at Euro 2016 (Belgium – 8, Wales – 7 goals).
16 – Robert Lewandowski has won the most free kicks.
17 – Switzerland have been caught offside the most times.
17 – Croatia had 17 efforts on goal in their 1-0 defeat to Portugal but none of them were on target.
20% – England have progressed in only two of their last 10 knockout matches at major finals tournaments (vs Denmark at the 2002 World Cup and Ecuador at the 2006 World Cup).
20 – Hannes Þór Halldórsson has made the most saves.
21 – Germany have allowed the fewest attempts on goal.
22 – Northern Ireland have the fewest attempts on goal of teams to play four games.
22% – Wales have now lost only two of their nine games at major tournaments (W4 D3).
22 – Italy have used 22 players – more than any other nation. Only third-choice goalkeeper Federico Marchetti is yet to feature.
22 – Kevin De Bruyne has created more chances than any other player.
25% – Portugal were the only third-place team to win their second round tie.
27% – Roy Hodgson won only three of his 11 games in charge of England at major tournaments (D5 L3).
31 – Cristiano Ronaldo has had the most shots on goal.
32 – Belgium have had the most shots on target.
33 – At 32.8km/h Kingsley Coman is the quickest player clocked at Euro 2016.
33% – Kevin De Bruyne has been involved in 33 of the 100 goals Belgium have scored under Marc Wilmots (13 goals, 20 assists).
36 – Only Miroslav Klose (37) has made more appearances for Germany at major tournaments than Bastian Schweinsteiger (36).
38 – England committed the fewest fouls of teams to play four games.
38 – Northern Ireland won the fewest fouls of teams who have played four games.
50% – Joe Hart has saved only half of the shots he has faced in the last two major international tournaments combined (1/5 in Brazil and 7/11 in France).
56 – Despite attempting 56 more shots than their opponents, England scored as many goals as they conceded (4).
56′ – France have trailed for more minutes (56) than they have led (41) during the tournament.
64% – Germany have averaged the most possession through four games (64.1%).
66 – Croatia have been fouled the most times.
67% – Hugo Lloris has conceded two of the three shots he has faced so far (both penalties).
67% – Four of the six group winners won their second round tie.
68 – Italy have committed the most fouls.
79 – Iceland have allowed the most attempts on goal through four games.
82% – Germany have won 14 of their last 17 games at major tournaments (D2 L1).
83 – Germany have had the most attempts on goal.
83% – Jakub Błaszczykowski has been involved in five of Poland’s six goals in European Championship finals history (3 goals, 2 assists).
88 – There have been 88 goals in the 44 matches so far.
90 – Cristiano Ronaldo failed to register a single shot in 90 minutes versus Croatia.
92% – 11 of France’s last 12 goals at European Championships have come in the second half.
117 – Ricardo Quaresma’s goal in the 117th minute versus Croatia is the latest goal scored so far at Euro 2016.
174 – There have been 174 yellow cards, averaging 3.73 per game.
351′ – Poland had gone 351 minutes without conceding at Euro 2016 before Xherdan Shaqiri’s equaliser for Switzerland.
356′ – Hugo Lloris has gone 356 minutes since his last save at Euro 2016.
360′ – Germany have not conceded a single goal so far at Euro 2016.
444 – Toni Kroos has attempted the most passes.
480′ – Germany have not conceded a goal in major tournaments since Oscar’s last-minute consolation for Brazil in their 1-7 semi-final defeat at the 2014 World Cup (5 games).
678′ – Spain had gone 678 minutes without conceding a goal at European Championship knockout games until Giorgio Chiellini’s opener for Italy.
2008 – Ricardo Quaresma scored the first goal in extra-time at a European Championship since Andrey Arshavin in 2008 (Russia vs Netherlands).
76,165 – Italy 2-0 Spain recorded the highest attendance of any match so far at Euro 2016.