60+ Euro 2016 Stats after Quarter-Finals

0 – Iceland didn’t keep a single clean sheet in their five games.

1 – Robert Lewandowski’s goal after 1:40 is the earliest goal so far at Euro 2016.

2 – Iceland are the only team to have scored two goals in one game and lost so far at Euro 2016.

2 – Wales have progressed in twice as many European Championship knockout ties as England have in their history.

2 – Italy were caught offside more times versus Germany (2) than they had been in their previous four games combined (1).

2 – Mesut Özil became only the second player to hit the post in a penalty shootout at a European Championship (the other: Philip Cocu in Euro 2004).

3 – Italy have now been eliminated from the European Championships on penalties in three separate tournaments (tied with the Netherlands and England).

3 – All three of Wales’ goalscorers in their 3-1 win over Belgium were born in England.

3 – Hugo Lloris made three times as many saves versus Iceland (3) than in his first four games combined at Euro 2016 (1).

3 – Bartosz Kapustka has picked up more yellow cards than any other player.

Bartosz Kapustka

3 – Only Euro 96 (4) has seen more penalty shootouts than Euro 2016 (3).

4 – Aaron Ramsey and Eden Hazard have recorded the most assists.

4 – Eden Hazard provided more for Belgium at Euro 2016 (4) than he did for Chelsea during the entire 2015-16 Premier League season (3).

5 – France became the first team to score five goals in one match at Euro 2016.

5 – Portugal have drawn all five of their games in 90 minutes.

5 – This is the fifth time Portugal have reached a European Championship semi-final (1984, 2000, 2004, 2012, 2016).

5 – Iceland became the first nation in European Championship history to name the same starting XI in five consecutive games.

5 – France faced more attempts on target against Iceland (5) than their fur previous opponents combined (3).

6 – Germany have reached the semi-finals at each of the last six major tournaments.

6 – Germany have won their last six penalty shootouts at major tournaments after losing their first.

6 – Only the Netherlands (7) have played more extra-time games at European Championships than Portugal.

7 – France 5-2 Iceland has been the highest-scoring game of the tournament.

7 – The seven missed penalties between Germany and Italy is more than any previous shootout at a European Championship.

8 – All eight nations scored in the quarter-finals.

9 – Iceland have conceded the most goals.

Hannes Thor Halldorsson

9 – Italy are unbeaten in nine matches in major tournaments versus Germany (W4 D5).

10 – Thomas Müller has now played 10 games at European Championships and is yet to score a single goal.  He has 10 goals in 13 World Cup games.

11 – France have scored the most goals at Euro 2016 so far.

11 – Gareth Bale has had more shots saved than any other player so far.

11 – Cristiano Ronaldo has been caught offside on the most occasions.

13 – France’s four goals in the first half versus Iceland was more than 13 nations scored in their entire tournaments (Albania, Austria, Czech Republic, Northern Ireland, Poland, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Switzerland, Sweden, Turkey and Ukraine).

13 – Toni Kroos and Harry Kane have had the most efforts on goal without scoring once.

14 – Aron Gunnarsson has committed the most fouls.

14 – Hungarian referee Viktor Kassai and Italian Nicola Rizzoli have handed out the most cards (Kassai: 14 yellow cards, Rizzoli 13 yellow cards, 1 red).

17 – France are unbeaten in their last 17 matches on home soil at major tournaments (W15 D2).

18 – Germany have lost only one of their last 18 matches at major tournaments (W14 D3).

18 – Italy have collected six more cards than any other nation at Euro 2016 (18 yellow cards).

18 – Portugal have been caught offside the most times.

18 – At 18 years and 317 days Renato Sanches is the youngest goalscorer at Euro 2016 and the third-youngest ever in tournament history.

Renato Sanches

18 – Grzegorz Krychowiak has been fouled the most times.

19 – Cristiano Ronaldo has now played more matches than any other player in European Championship history.

20% – Wales have only lost two of their 10 games at major tournaments (W5 D3).

22′ – Portugal have led for 22 minutes in their five matches combined.

23 – Hannes Þór Halldórsson has made the most saves so far.

33 – Germany have allowed the fewest efforts on their goal of the eight nations to reach the quarter-finals.

36 – Cristiano Ronaldo has had 15 more shots than any other player so far at Euro 2016.

37 – Belgium have had the most shots on target.

37 – Bastian Schweinsteiger tied fellow countryman Miroslav Klose’s record for appearing in 37 World Cup and European Championship matches combined.

Bastain Schweinsteiger

39% – Iceland had more possession versus France than they did against any other opposition at Euro 2016.

41 – Cristiano Ronaldo has now failed to score with any of his 41 direct free-kicks at major tournaments.

50% – Nani has been involved in half of Portugal’s goals at Euro 2016 (2 goals, 1 assist).

55% – Antoine Griezmann has been involved in six of France’s 11 goals (4 goals, 2 assists).

64% – 23 of Cristiano Ronaldo’s 36 efforts in France have come from outside the penalty area.

71 – Poland have received the most free kicks.

75% – Portugal have now won three of their four penalty shootouts at major tournaments.

75′ – Alfreð Finnbogason picked up two yellow cards in 75 minutes across three games at Euro 2016.

81 – Italy have committed the most fouls at Euro 2016.

95 – Germany have had the most efforts on goal at Euro 2016.

100% – Kolbeinn Sigþórsson scored with both of his shots on target at Euro 2016.

100 – Antoine Griezmann scored the 100th goal at Euro 2016.

103 – There have been 103 goals in 48 matches (2.15 goals per game).

187 – There have been 187 cards in 48 games (184 yellow, 3 red).

358′ – Hugo Lloris went on a run of 358 minutes without making a save at Euro 2016 between the 4th minute versus Romania and 3rd minute against Iceland.

437′ – Germany went 437 minutes without conceding a single goal at Euro 2016 before Leonardo Bonucci’s penalty in the quarter-final.

76,833 – France versus Iceland has seen the biggest attendance of any match so far.