📊 By the numbers: the Euro 2020 players dominating the stats

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Lewis Ambrose

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With 50 games down and just one to go, we were wondering which players have been the most statistically impressive, or at least the most statistically involved, in Euro 2020.

And it’s fair to say there are a few surprises!

Minimum 150 minutes played


Dribbles completed per 90 minutes

  • Jeremy Doku – Belgium (5.6)
  • Eden Hazard – Belgium (4)
  • Nikola Vlašić – Croatia (3.5)
  • Alexander Isak – Sweden (3.3)

Interceptions completed per 90

  • Merih Demiral – Turkey (4.8)
  • Ruben Vargas – Switzerland (4.2)
  • Vladimír Coufal – Czech Republic (3.8)
  • Grant Hanley – Scotland (3.8)

Key passes completed per 90

  • Kevin De Bruyne – Belgium (4.3)
  • Marco Verratti – Italy (3.5)
  • Mikel Oyarzabal – Spain (3.2)
  • Andrew Robertson – Scotland (3)

Tackles won per 90

  • Marco Verratti – Italy (2.9)
  • Antoine Griezmann – France (2.8)
  • Toni Kroos – Germany (2.8)
  • Kamil Józwiak – Poland (2.6)

Shots taken per 90

  1. Dani Olmo – Spain (5.2)
  2. Gerard Moreno – Spain (4.8)
  3. Mikel Oyarzabal – Spain (4.7)
  4. Robert Lewandowski – Poland (4)