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UEFA EURO 2016 at a glance

Portugal won UEFA EURO 2016 and Antoine Griezmann took the Golden Boot and Player of the Tournament awards – here we round up all those honoured and breaking records in France.

Portugal celebrate their final triumph
Portugal celebrate their final triumph ©AFP/Getty Images
  • Roll of honour

Champions: Portugal
Runners-up: France
Semi-finalists: Germany, Wales
Top-scoring team: France 13
Finals debutants: Wales (semi-finals), Iceland (quarter-finals), Northern Ireland (round of 16), Slovakia (as independent nation; round of 16), Albania (group stage)

  • Awards

UEFA EURO 2016 Player of the Tournament: Antoine Griezmann (France)
Young Player of the Tournament presented by SOCAR: Renato Sanches (Portugal)
adidas Golden Boot: Antoine Grizemann (France)
UEFA EURO 2016 adidas Silver Boot:
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
UEFA EURO 2016 adidas Bronze Boot:
Olivier Giroud (France)
Team of the tournament:
Rui Patrício (Portugal); Joshua Kimmich (Germany), Jérôme Boateng (Germany), Pepe (Portugal), Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal); Toni Kroos (Germany), Joe Allen (Wales); Antoine Griezmann (France), Aaron Ramsey (Wales), Dmitri Payet (France); Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)

  • Players

Top of Player Barometer: Dmitri Payet (France)
Top goalkeeper on Player Barometer: Rui Patrício (Portugal)
Most assists: Eden Hazard (Belgium), Aaron Ramsey (Wales) 4
Top recorded speed: Kingsley Coman (France) 32.8km/h
Most saves: Hannes Halldórsson (Iceland) 27

  • New records

Most career final tournament goals: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) 9 – equal with Michel Platini
Most career EURO goals (inc qualifying): Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) 29
Most career final tournament appearances: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) 21
First player to score in four final tournaments: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016
Youngest player in a final: Renato Sanches (Portugal) 18 years 328 days
Oldest player at a final tournament: Gábor Király (Hungary) 40 years 86 days

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