Euro 2020 is done after 51 games in 31 days and 11 venues, culminating in a dramatic, gripping climax at Wembley Stadium. The tournament didn’t end the how England fans wanted it to, with Italy winning in a penalty shootout, but that doesn’t take away from what was a fantastic event.
There were 142 goals scored at a rate of 2.8 goals per game, the greatest rate of any Euros tournament with more than four teams, 27 clean sheets, six red cards, and much more.
As the dust settles, BBC Sport examines some of the most notable statistics from this summer’s European Championship.
Both Jorginho and Phillips trail Spain midfielder Pedri, who was dubbed ‘young player of the tournament’ for his contribution in his country’s progress to the semi-finals.
Source: BBC Sport