Match Analysis

Italy 1-1 England (3-2 pens): all the statistics

Discover all the most interesting stats from Italy’s Euros final win over England at Wembley Monday 12 July 2021

Monday, July 12, 2021

Italy 1-1 England (3-2 pens): all the statistics

Italy won its second Euros, 53 years after the first (1968), which is the longest time between two triumphs in the competition by a National Team

Roberto Mancini became just the fifth coach to have won a major tournament for Italy, after Vittorio Pozzo (World Cups 1934 and 1938), Ferruccio Valcareggi (Euros 1968), Enzo Bearzot (World Cup 1982) and Marcello Lippi (World Cup 2006).

Italy scored 13 goals this tournament, a record for the side in a single edition of either a Euros or World Cup

Aged 34 years and 71 days, Leonardo Bonucci became the oldest goalscorer in a European Championships Final (beating German Bernd Hölzenbein’s record - he was 30 years and 103 days when he netted in the 1976 final)

There have been five finals of Euros and World Cups that ended in a draw, with Italy featuring in four of those

All three major international finals played at Wembley have gone to extra-time

Italy ended the game with 65.6% of possession - the highest figure ever in a Euros final

In their 33 games unbeaten before the final, Italy trailed for just 44 minutes - tonight alone, they trailed for 65

Giorgio Chiellini became the third oldest player in history to play a European Championships Final, aged 36 years and 331 days. Ahead of him are Jens Lehmann of Germany in 2008 (at 38 years and 232 days) and Arnold Mühren of the Netherlands in 1988 (at 37 years and 23 days)

Jorginho became just the fifth Italian to play the final of the Champions League/Cup and the final of a major international tournament in the same season, after Daniele Massaro, Roberto Donadoni, Demetrio Albertini and Paolo Maldini (all in 1994)

Gianluigi Donnarumma (22 years and 136 days) became the third youngest goalkeeper to play a Euros or World Cup final, behind José Ángel Iribar for Spain in 1964 and Juan Botasso for Argentina in 1930