Ever wondered what the most common result has been at the Euros in its 60-year history?
Well wonder no more as we delve into the archives to find out which scoreline after 90 minutes has been the most frequent.
Prior to Euro 2020, a total of 721 goals had been scored over the course of 301 UEFA European Championship matches.
What is the most common Euros result?
The most common result at the Euros is 1-0.
Euro matches have seen the scoreline no less than 60 times in its 60 years prior to the 2020 tournament.
Next on the list is the 2-1 scoreline which has occurred 51 times in the tournament's history.
A 2-0 scoreline has happened 44 times, there have been 37 1-1 draws and 29 goalless encounters.
What is the highest scoring Euros game?
The very first match of the Euros remains the highest scoring match at the tournament.
A nine-goal thriller saw Yugoslavia beat France 5-4 in the 1960 semi-final at the Parc des Princes in Paris
It will come as no surprise that this scoreline is yet to be beaten, though fans will hope Euro 2020 can be the year.
The biggest margin of victory saw the Netherlands beat Yugoslavia 6-1 in the quarter finals of Euro 2000.