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UEFA Euro 2016 statistics

Main article: UEFA Euro 2016
The following article outlines statistics for UEFA Euro 2016, which took place in France from 10 June to 10 July 2016.[1][2] Goals scored during penalty shoot-outs are not counted, and matches decided by a penalty shoot-out are counted as draws.

Player statistics.

Goalscorers
6 goals
France Antoine Griezmann
3 goals
France Olivier Giroud
France Dimitri Payet
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo
Portugal Nani
Spain Álvaro Morata
Wales Gareth Bale
2 goals
Belgium Romelu Lukaku
Belgium Radja Nainggolan
Croatia Ivan Perišić
Germany Mario Gómez
Hungary Balázs Dzsudzsák
Iceland Birkir Bjarnason
Iceland Kolbeinn Sigþórsson
Italy Graziano Pellè
Poland Jakub Błaszczykowski
Republic of Ireland Robbie Brady
Romania Bogdan Stancu
Wales Hal Robson-Kanu
1 goal
Albania Armando Sadiku
Austria Alessandro Schöpf
Belgium Toby Alderweireld
Belgium Michy Batshuayi
Belgium Yannick Ferreira Carrasco
Belgium Eden Hazard
Belgium Axel Witsel
Croatia Nikola Kalinić
Croatia Luka Modrić
Croatia Ivan Rakitić
Czech Republic Tomáš Necid
Czech Republic Milan Škoda
England Eric Dier
England Wayne Rooney
England Daniel Sturridge
England Jamie Vardy
France Paul Pogba
Germany Jérôme Boateng
Germany Julian Draxler
Germany Shkodran Mustafi
Germany Mesut Özil
Germany Bastian Schweinsteiger
Hungary Zoltán Gera
Hungary Zoltán Stieber
Hungary Ádám Szalai
Iceland Jón Daði Böðvarsson
Iceland Gylfi Sigurðsson
Iceland Ragnar Sigurðsson
Iceland Arnór Ingvi Traustason
Italy Leonardo Bonucci
Italy Giorgio Chiellini
Italy Éder
Italy Emanuele Giaccherini
Northern Ireland Gareth McAuley
Northern Ireland Niall McGinn
Poland Robert Lewandowski
Poland Arkadiusz Milik
Portugal Éder
Portugal Ricardo Quaresma
Portugal Renato Sanches
Republic of Ireland Wes Hoolahan
Russia Vasili Berezutski
Russia Denis Glushakov
Slovakia Ondrej Duda
Slovakia Marek Hamšík
Slovakia Vladimír Weiss
Spain Nolito
Spain Gerard Piqué
Switzerland Admir Mehmedi
Switzerland Fabian Schär
Switzerland Xherdan Shaqiri
Turkey Ozan Tufan
Turkey Burak Yılmaz
Wales Aaron Ramsey
Wales Neil Taylor
Wales Sam Vokes
Wales Ashley Williams
1 own goal
Iceland Birkir Már Sævarsson (playing against Hungary)
Northern Ireland Gareth McAuley (playing against Wales)
Republic of Ireland Ciaran Clark (playing against Sweden)
Source: UEFA.com

Assists
4 assists
Belgium Eden Hazard
Wales Aaron Ramsey
3 assists
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo
2 assists
Belgium Kevin De Bruyne
France Olivier Giroud
France Antoine Griezmann
France Dimitri Payet
Iceland Kári Árnason
Poland Kamil Grosicki
1 assist
Albania Ledian Memushaj
Austria David Alaba
Belgium Thomas Meunier
Belgium Radja Nainggolan
Croatia Marcelo Brozović
Croatia Nikola Kalinić
Croatia Ivan Perišić
Czech Republic Tomáš Rosický
England Dele Alli
France André-Pierre Gignac
France N’Golo Kanté
France Blaise Matuidi
France Adil Rami
France Bacary Sagna
Germany Julian Draxler
Germany Jonas Hector
Germany Toni Kroos
Germany Thomas Müller
Germany Mesut Özil
Hungary László Kleinheisler
Hungary Nemanja Nikolić
Hungary Tamás Priskin
Iceland Theódór Elmar Bjarnason
Iceland Jón Daði Böðvarsson
Iceland Jóhann Berg Guðmundsson
Iceland Gylfi Sigurðsson
Iceland Ari Freyr Skúlason
Italy Leonardo Bonucci
Italy Antonio Candreva
Italy Matteo Darmian
Italy Emanuele Giaccherini
Italy Simone Zaza
Northern Ireland Stuart Dallas
Northern Ireland Oliver Norwood
Poland Jakub Błaszczykowski
Poland Arkadiusz Milik
Portugal André Gomes
Portugal Raphaël Guerreiro
Portugal João Mário
Portugal João Moutinho
Portugal Nani
Portugal Ricardo Quaresma
Republic of Ireland Séamus Coleman
Republic of Ireland Wes Hoolahan
Russia Oleg Shatov
Russia Georgi Shchennikov
Slovakia Marek Hamšík
Slovakia Róbert Mak
Slovakia Vladimír Weiss
Spain Jordi Alba
Spain Cesc Fàbregas
Spain Andrés Iniesta
Spain Nolito
Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović
Switzerland Eren Derdiyok
Switzerland Xherdan Shaqiri
Turkey Emre Mor
Turkey Mehmet Topal
Wales Joe Allen
Wales Gareth Bale
Wales Chris Gunter
Source: UEFA

Clean sheets
4 clean sheets
Germany Manuel Neuer
Portugal Rui Patrício
3 clean sheets
Belgium Thibaut Courtois
France Hugo Lloris
Italy Gianluigi Buffon
2 clean sheets
Poland Łukasz Fabiański
Spain David de Gea
Switzerland Yann Sommer
Wales Wayne Hennessey
1 clean sheet
Albania Etrit Berisha
Austria Robert Almer
Croatia Danijel Subašić
England Joe Hart
Hungary Gábor Király
Northern Ireland Michael McGovern
Poland Wojciech Szczęsny
Republic of Ireland Darren Randolph
Slovakia Matúš Kozáčik
Turkey Volkan Babacan
Scoring

Overview
Total number of goals scored: 108
Average goals per match: 2.12
Total number of braces: 7
Álvaro Morata for Spain against Turkey
Romelu Lukaku for Belgium against Republic of Ireland
Balázs Dzsudzsák for Hungary against Portugal
Cristiano Ronaldo for Portugal against Hungary
Antoine Griezmann for France against Republic of Ireland and Germany
Olivier Giroud for France against Iceland
Total number of penalty kicks awarded: 12
Total number of penalty kicks scored: 8
Bogdan Stancu for Romania against France and Switzerland
Tomáš Necid for Czech Republic against Croatia
Gylfi Sigurðsson for Iceland against Hungary
Robbie Brady for Republic of Ireland against France
Wayne Rooney for England against Iceland
Leonardo Bonucci for Italy against Germany
Antoine Griezmann for France against Germany
Total number of penalty kicks missed or saved: 4
Cristiano Ronaldo for Portugal against Austria
Sergio Ramos for Spain against Croatia
Aleksandar Dragović for Austria against Iceland
Mesut Özil for Germany against Slovakia
Penalty kick success rate: 66.67%
Own goals scored: 3
Ciaran Clark for Republic of Ireland against Sweden
Birkir Már Sævarsson for Iceland against Hungary
Gareth McAuley for Northern Ireland against Wales
Timing
First goal of the tournament: Olivier Giroud for France against Romania
First brace of the tournament: Álvaro Morata for Spain against Turkey
Last goal of the tournament: Éder for Portugal against France
Last brace of the tournament: Antoine Griezmann for France against Germany
Fastest goal in a match from kickoff: 2nd minute (1:40[6])
Robert Lewandowski for Poland against Portugal
Fastest goal in a match after coming on as a substitute: 1 minute
Ondrej Duda for Slovakia against Wales (introduced in the 60th minute)
Latest goal in a match without extra time: 90+6th minute
Dimitri Payet for France against Albania, Niall McGinn for Northern Ireland against Ukraine
Latest goal in a match with extra time: 117th minute
Ricardo Quaresma for Portugal against Croatia
Latest winning goal in a match without extra time: 90+4th minute
Arnór Ingvi Traustason for Iceland against Austria
Latest winning goal in a match with extra time: 117th minute
Ricardo Quaresma for Portugal against Croatia
Shortest time difference between two goals scored by the same team in a match: 2 minutes
Michy Batshuayi and Eden Hazard for Belgium against Hungary
Teams
Most goals scored by a team: 13
France
Fewest goals scored by a team: 0
Ukraine
Most goals conceded by a team: 9
Iceland
Fewest goals conceded by a team: 2
Italy, Poland, Switzerland
Best goal difference: +8
France
Worst goal difference: –5
Ukraine
Most goals scored in a match by both teams: 7
France (5–2) Iceland
Most goals scored in a match by one team: 5
France against Iceland
Most goals scored in a match by the losing team: 2
Iceland against France
Biggest margin of victory: 4 goals
Hungary (0–4) Belgium
Most clean sheets achieved by a team: 4
Germany, Portugal
Fewest clean sheets achieved by a team: 0
Czech Republic, Iceland, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Ukraine
Most clean sheets given by an opposing team: 3
Northern Ireland, Ukraine
Fewest clean sheets given by an opposing team: 0
Iceland
Most consecutive clean sheets achieved by a team: 4
Germany
Most consecutive clean sheets given by an opposing team: 3
Ukraine
Individual
Most goals scored by an individual: 6
Antoine Griezmann
Most assists given by an individual: 4
Eden Hazard, Aaron Ramsey
Most goals and assists produced by an individual: 8
Antoine Griezmann (6 goals, 2 assists)
Most clean sheets achieved by a goalkeeper: 4
Manuel Neuer, Rui Patrício
Fewest clean sheets achieved by a goalkeeper: 0
Igor Akinfeev, Petr Čech, Hannes Þór Halldórsson, Andreas Isaksson, Andriy Pyatov, Salvatore Sirigu, Ciprian Tătărușanu, Danny Ward
Most consecutive clean sheets achieved by a goalkeeper: 4
Manuel Neuer
Most goals scored by one player in a match: 2
Álvaro Morata for Spain against Turkey, Romelu Lukaku for Belgium against Republic of Ireland, Balázs Dzsudzsák for Hungary against Portugal, Cristiano Ronaldo for Portugal against Hungary, Antoine Griezmann for France against Republic of Ireland, Olivier Giroud for France against Iceland, Antoine Griezmann for France against Germany
Oldest goal scorer: 37 years and 61 days
Zoltán Gera for Hungary against Portugal
Youngest goal scorer: 18 years and 317 days
Renato Sanches for Portugal against Poland
Attendance

Overall attendance: 2,427,303
Average attendance per match: 47,594
Highest attendance: 76,833 – France vs Iceland
Lowest attendance: 28,840 – Russia vs Wales
Wins and losses

Most wins: 5 – France
Fewest wins: 0 – Austria, Czech Republic, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Ukraine
Most losses: 3 – Northern Ireland, Ukraine
Fewest losses: 0 – Poland, Portugal, Switzerland
Most draws: 4 – Portugal
Fewest draws: 0 – Albania, Belgium, Northern Ireland, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, Wales
Most points in the group stage: 7 – Croatia, France, Germany, Poland
Fewest points in the group stage: 0 – Ukraine
Discipline

Summary
Total number of yellow cards: 205
Average yellow cards per match: 4.02
Total number of red cards: 3
Average red cards per match: 0.06
First yellow card of the tournament:
Vlad Chiricheș for Romania against France
First red card of the tournament:
Lorik Cana for Albania against Switzerland
Fastest yellow card from kick off: 2nd minute
Sergio Ramos for Spain against Turkey
Fastest yellow card after coming on as a substitute: 1 minute
Ergys Kaçe for Albania against Switzerland (introduced in the 62nd minute)
Latest yellow card in a match without extra time: 90+4th minute
Alfreð Finnbogason for Iceland against Portugal, Breel Embolo for Switzerland against Romania, Jonny Evans for Northern Ireland against Ukraine, Elseid Hysaj for Albania against Romania, Aaron Ramsey for Wales against Northern Ireland
Latest yellow card in a match with extra time: 120+3rd minute
Rui Patrício for Portugal against France
Fastest dismissal from kick off: 36th minute
Lorik Cana for Albania against Switzerland
Latest dismissal in a match without extra time: 66th minute
Aleksandar Dragović for Austria against Hungary, Shane Duffy for Republic of Ireland against France
Shortest time difference between two yellow cards given to the same player: 13 minutes
Lorik Cana for Albania against Switzerland (booked in the 23rd minute and again in the 36th minute)
Most yellow cards (team): 18
Italy
Most red cards (team): 1
Albania, Austria, Republic of Ireland
Fewest yellow cards (team): 2
Russia
Most yellow cards (player): 3
William Carvalho, N’Golo Kanté, Bartosz Kapustka
Most red cards (player): 1
Lorik Cana, Aleksandar Dragović, Shane Duffy
Most yellow cards (match): 10
Portugal vs France
Most red cards (match): 1
Albania vs Switzerland, Austria vs Hungary, France vs Republic of Ireland
Fewest yellow cards (match): 0
Northern Ireland vs Germany
Most cards in one match: 10
Portugal vs France (10 yellow cards)

 

Source: UEFA.COM

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