Euro 2020: Portugal vs Germany Stats Highlights: Germany clinch thrilling 4-2 win over Portugal
Euro 2020: Portugal 2-4 Germany: Holders score two own goals in thumping defeat
But Germany bounced back into the game on the back of two own goals in the first half. In the second half Kai Havertz (51st minute) and Robin Gosens took the game away from the reigning champions.
With OPTA inputs, myKhel.com looks at the statistical highlights of the Portugal vs Germany match played at the Allianz Arena in Munich on Saturday.
● In what was their 67th major tournament match (World Cup/Euros), Portugal conceded four goals for only a second time – both against Germany (also at the 2014 World Cup).
● Portugal became the first reigning champions in European Championship history to concede four goals in a single match in the competition.
● Germany have conceded first in three consecutive European Championship matches for the first time since a run of five across Euro 1996 and 2000.
● Germany became the first side in European Championship history to both score and benefit from an own goal in the same edition of the tournament.
● Portugal became the first European nation ever to concede two own goals in a single match at a major tournament (World Cup/Euros).
● There have been five own goals scored at EURO 2020, two more than in any other previous edition of the European Championships. In fact, today’s match was the first in European Championship history to see two own goals scored.
● Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 19th goal at the World Cup and European Championships combined; no European player has ever scored more across the two competitions (level with Miroslav Klose).
● Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo scored in a 14th different major tournament match (World Cup/Euros), the joint-most of any European player, alongside Jürgen Klinsmann and Miroslav Klose.
● Diogo Jota has been directly involved in 10 goals in his nine starts in all competitions for Portugal (7 goals, 3 assists).
● Aged 22 years and eight days old, Kai Havertz became Germany’s youngest ever goalscorer in a European Championship game, and youngest at any major tournament (World Cup/Euros) since Thomas Müller against Uruguay at the 2010 World Cup (20y 300d).
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