Picture : Leonardo Bonucci has played his 17th match at the European Championships, a joint record for Italy in the competition, alongside Gianluigi Buffon.


*Spain stopped Italy's streak of 13 wins in a row and retained its own World record (15 consecutive wins).

*At the same time, Italy maintains its unbeaten streak (33 matches in a row) and is already just 2 short of equaling the World record shared by Spain and Brazil (35 games).

*Spain became the first team in Euro history to play extra-times in 3 consecutive games and 2nd such team in the major tournaments (after Croatia in World Cup 2018).Previously, there was one case with 3 extra-times played by a team in an Euro edition (Portugal in 2016) but they weren’t consecutive. On the picture, Pedri (left), the youngest player in the EURO History to play in a semi final and Dani Olmo represent the young and great new Spanish football Generation.

*Italy have reached their 10th major tournament final (World Cup and Euro). Only Germany (14) have participated in more major tournament finals amongst European teams. 

*Spain failed to win a semi-final of a major tournament (World Cup and Euro) for the first time in their history, having previously reached the final in each of their previous 5 semi-final attempts.

*Italy vs Spain is the most repeated duel in the Euro history (7 games), also the one that has occurred in more different editions, the only one that has been played in 4 consecutive tournaments and the only one that has occurred in all rounds (group stage, eighth, quarters, semis and final)

*Italy vs Spain is also the most played fixture among European teams in major tournament history (World Cup and Euro) – 10 games.

*Giorgio Chiellini (Italy) became the first footballer to play 5 matches against the same opponent in Euro history (vs Spain).

*Jordi Alba has played his 16th game at Euro final stages, equaling Andrés Iniesta and Cesc Fàbregas as the players with the most appearances for Spain in the competition.

*Alvaro Morata has scored more goals (6) at the European Championships than any other Spain player, overtaking Fernando Torres' 5 goals.

*With Alvaro Morata’s goal vs Italy, Juventus (11 goals in Euro 2020) equaled Barcelona (11 goals in Euro 2000) as clubs whose players have scored the most goals in the same edition of Euro.

*Italy became just the 2nd team in European Championship history with 5 different players (Chiesa, Pessina, Insigne, Immobile, Locatelli) to score 2+ goals at a single edition, after France in 2000.

*Italy equaled the national record on goals scored in a single edition of a major tournament – 12. Previously, Scuadra Azzurra scored as many goals in World Cups 1934, 1982 and 2006.