The numbers that matter: Taylor leads goals race

UEFA.com charts the keys stats so far, including the race for the UEFA Women's EURO 2017 adidas Golden Boot, with Jodie Taylor two clear despite sitting out a game.

Jodie Taylor with the match ball after her hat-trick against Scotland
Jodie Taylor with the match ball after her hat-trick against Scotland ©Sportsfile

UEFA.com charts the race for the UEFA Women's EURO 2017 adidas Golden Boot and brings you a few of the other stand-out stats so far.

See Taylor hat-trick goal and the biggest Women’s EURO wins
See Taylor hat-trick goal and the biggest Women’s EURO wins

Top scorers: adidas Golden Boot race

1 Jodie Taylor (England) 4 goals, 0 assists, 148 minutes played
2 Daniela Sabatino (Italy)* 2 goals, 0 assists, 83 minutes played
3 Toni Duggan (England) 2 goals, 0 assists, 123 minutes played
4 Ilaria Mauro (Italy)* 2 goals, 0 assists, 135 minutes played
5 Carolina Mendes (Portugal)* 2 goals, 0 asists, 165 minutes played
6 Stina Blackstenius (Sweden) 2 goals, 0 assists, 197 minutes played
7 Nina Burger (Austria) 2 goals, 0 assists, 255 minutes played
8= Babett Peter (Germany) 2 goals, 0 assists, 270 minutes played
8= Sherida Spitse (Netherlands) 2 goals, 0 assists, 270 minutes played
8= Lotta Schelin (Sweden) 2 goals, 0 assists, 270 minutes played

After goals scored, criteria to separate players with the same goal tallies is assists, then fewest minutes played.

Most assists

2: Barbara Bonansea (Italy)*, Pernille Harder (Denmark), Ekaterina Sochneva (Russia)*, Ellen White (England), Sarah Zadrazil (Austria)

See Schelin’s 2013 strike for Sweden against Italy
See Schelin’s 2013 strike for Sweden against Italy

Records set

  • Biggest UEFA Women's EURO finals win: England 6-0 Scotland
  • Most goals by one team in a UEFA Women's EURO match: England 6-0 Scotland (equal with England 2-6 Germany, 2009 final)
  • First finals hat-trick for 20 years: Jodie Taylor (England) v Scotland
  • Most quarter-final appearances: Germany 10
  • Most last-eight appearances (including 1997/2001/2005 group stages): Sweden 12
  • Most career group stage goals: Lotta Schelin (Sweden) 6
  • Biggest group margin of victory (points): England 6

*team eliminated

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