Euro 2016's round of 16 gets under way on Saturday after the completion of the group stages.
Here, we look at some of the key statistics from the tournament to date.
69 - goals scored in 36 group games.
1.92 - average goals per game, compared to 2.67 at the 2014 World Cup and 2.45 at Euro 2012.
0 - goals conceded by Germany and Poland.
15 - number of goals between minutes 46 and 60. The most productive period in the tournament so far.
93 - pass completion percentage by Spain, the best in the tournament.
353 - number of passes by Germany's Toni Kroos, with 328 reaching their target.
65 - average possession percentage by Germany, the highest in the tournament.
69 - most attempts on goal, by Portugal. Cristiano Ronaldo is responsible for 32.
4 - shots against the woodwork by France.
2 - Hungary and Wales' goals per game average, the highest on show.
33 - kilometres per hour clocked by France's Kingsley Coman, making him the fastest player on show according to UEFA.
19 - saves by Iceland's Hannes Halldorsson.
3 - amount of goals scored by joint top-scorers Gareth Bale and Alvaro Morata.
2 - Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey is the only player to be credited with two official assists.
2 - red cards in the tournament, to Aleksandar Dragovic and Lorik Cana.