Picture : Bellingham's goal is the latest ever scored in a Euro knockout round match to avoid direct elimination (not counting extra times).

The statistics on 2024 Euro day 17 (30 June) - Round of 16 

England vs Slovakia 2-1

*For the very first time, England have reached the quarter-finals in 2 consecutive Euro editions. 
Moreover, they have reached their 4th consecutive quarter-final in major tournaments. 

*England remains unbeaten in the Euros under Gareth Southgate (7 wins and 4 draws in 11 games).
It is the best such streak by a coach in the history of the competition.

*England have never lost against Slovakia (6 wins, 1 draws in 7 games). 

*England have come back to win each of their last 4 games at the Euros in which they have conceded the opening goal, also 4-2 vs Croatia (in 2004), 2-1 vs Wales (in 2016) and 2-1 vs Denmark (in 2021). 
Only France won more games (5) after conceding the opening goal in the competition’s history. 

*Ivan Schranz became the first ever Slovakian player to score a knockout round goal at the Euros. 
He joined Mikautadze and Musiala as the Euro 2024 top scorers (3 goals each). 

*Jude Bellingham's equaliser was England's latest ever goal in normal time at the Euros (94 minutes 34 seconds), and was netted with his side's first shot on target in the match.

*Bellingham's goal is the latest ever scored in a Euro knockout round match to avoid direct elimination (not counting extra times).
The previous record belonged to Sylvain Wiltord (France) who forced extra time in the Euro 2000 final by scoring the tying goal against Italy in the 90'+4'.

*Bellingham has scored 6 goals in the 2nd half stoppage time in the season 2023-24 (4 for Real Madrid and 2 for England), with all 6 either putting his team in front or equalising.

*Bellingham became the scorer of the 3rd overhead goal in the history of the Euro, after Antonio Conte for Italy against Turkey in 2000 and Xherdan Shaqiri for Switzerland against Poland in 2016.

*Harry Kane's goal to put England in front was the quickest extra-time goal in the competition's history (50 seconds). 
In general it is just 2nd goal scored in the first minute of extra time in the history of the Euros and World Cups.
Curiously, the first was also scored by an England’s player: Nat Lofthouse against Belgium in the 1954 World Cup.

*Kane is the first player to score in two different extra-times at Euros (including 1 goal against Denmark in the 2021 semi-finals).

*Kane is the third player in Euro history with multiple goals in extra times, along with:
Dezso Novak (Hungary, 2 goals in 1964 vs Denmark),
Dieter Müller (Germany, 2 goals in 1976 vs Yugoslavia).

*With this Kane’s header, England has now 19 aerial goals in Euro history being the sole leader in this ranking, above Portugal (15), Spain and France (13 each).

*Kane became the player with the most competitive appearances for England (79) surpassing Peter Shilton (78). 

Spain vs Georgia 4-1

*This is the biggest ever margin of victory by a team who conceded the opening goal in a Euro game. 

*This is Spain’s 5th win with 3+ goal margin in major tournament’s knockout games, after:
5-1 vs Denmark (1986 World Cup, round of 16)
3-0 vs Switzerland (1994 World Cup, round of 16)
3-0 vs Russia (Euro 2008, semifinal)
4-0 vs Italy (Euro 2012, final)

*Spain have made 35 shots, their most in a single major tournament game.

*Spain’s 13 shots on target in this game is:
their 2nd best mark in a major tournament game, only behind the 15 shots on goal against the Republic of Ireland at Euro 2012,
the new record of this Euro edition, surpassing 12 shots on target from Czech Republic vs same Georgia,

*For the first time in the Euro history, a team (Spain) makes 13+ shots on goal in a match without conceding a single shot on goal from its rival.

*For the first time Spain won their first 4 games in a major tournament.

*Lamine Yamal has already 2 assists for Spain at Euro 2024 (vs Croatia and vs Georgia); he is the first teenager to assist multiple goals at an Euro edition since Cristiano Ronaldo in 2004 (also 2). 

*Lamine Yamal, aged 16 years 353 days, became the first ever European player under 18 years to make an appearance in a major tournament (World Cup, Euro) knockout stage game.  

*Giorgi Mamardashvili (Georgia) finished his participation at Euro 2024 with 30 saves in total: the joint 2nd best mark in an edition in the history of competition, along with Francesco Toldo (Italy) in 2000.
Igor Akinfeev (Russia, 32 saves in 2008) holds the record.