Caught your breath yet? Back to normal sleeping hours yet? Well let us take you through a recap of UEFA EURO 2016 in numbers!
2,427,303 – Total official attendance of Euro 2016. The average of 47,594 per game is the highest in Euro since 1988.
76,833 – The highest attendance for a match (France VS Republic of Ireland, Round of Last 16)
4,020 – Total number of passes attempted by Germany over 6 matches, at an incredible accuracy of 90%
720 – Total number of minutes played by Portuguese ‘keeper Rui Patricio, who has played every minute of every game, including 3 sets of extra time.
205 – Total number of yellow cards shown in the competition, an average of 4.02 per match.
117 – The latest goal in a match was scored in the 117th minute by Portugal’s Ricardo Quasmera (v Croatia, Quarter-Finals)
108 – Total number of goals in Euro 2016, an average of 2.12 per match, which happens to be the lowest since Euro’96
76 – A total of 76 players from 22 different nations found the net in Euro 2016, not including own goals [Ukraine did not score and Sweden’s only goal was an own goal]
51 – Total number of games in Euro 2016, the highest number ever because of the expanded format
46 – Cristiano Ronaldo’s total number of attempts on goal, almost twice that of the next player (Antoine Griezmann, 26) [Also note that he has zero attempts on goal in the Final]
18 – Italians were booked 18 times over 5 matches but had no one sent off
17 – Total number of goals scored from outside the box, including two freekicks from Wales‘ Gareth Bale
15 – Total number of fouls committed by Portugal’s Joao Mario. He has only been booked once for his misendeavours.
10 – Portugal becomes the 10th different nation to win the Euros
9 – Iceland conceded 9 goals in the competition, having conceding in every of their 5 matches
8 – Total number of penalties converted (out of the 12 awarded)
7 – Number of braces scored in Euro 2016. No hat-tricks were scored.
6 – Eder is the 6th substitute to score in a European Championship Final (along with Oliver Bierhoff, Sylvain Wiltord, David Trezeguet, Juan Mata and Fernando Torres)
5 – France recorded a total of 5 wins in the competition, equaling their own record in 1984 and 2000 (though they won the Final in both of those occasions)
4 – Germany and Portugal both kept 4 clean sheets each
3 – Total number of own goals scored in Euro 2016
2 – The fastest goal in the tournament was scored after 2 mins (Robert Lewandoski, v Portugal in the Round of Last 16)
1 – Portugal’s first ever international trophy – well done!
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