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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.

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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.

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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]

18Italians 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 WalesGareth Bale

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15 – Total number of fouls committed by Portugal’s Joao Mario. He has only been booked once for his misendeavours.

10Portugal becomes the 10th different nation to win the Euros

9Iceland 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.

6Eder is the 6th substitute to score in a European Championship Final (along with Oliver Bierhoff, Sylvain Wiltord, David Trezeguet, Juan Mata and Fernando Torres)

5France 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)

4Germany 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)

1Portugal’s first ever international trophy – well done!

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