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Goal Scoring at the Euro 2012 Tournament

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Euro 2012 has concluded this morning with Spain’s 4-0 victory over Italy in the Final.

Spain were ranked 1 in the FIFA Rankings prior to this Tournament. They were the defending Euro Champions and the World Cup Champions. Italy were ranked 12 in the FIFA Rankings.

Seventy-six goals were scored in the whole Tournament.

Sixty goals were scored in the Group Games (Matchdays 1, 2 and 3).

Sixteen goals were scored in the Knockout Games (Quarter Finals, Semi Finals, Final).

There were two penalty shoot outs after both games ended 0-0 after extra time (England v Italy, Portugal v Spain).

The goals in the Tournament were scored in the following quarters of the game (0-22 minutes (Quarter 1), 23-45+ (Quarter 2), 46-68 (Quarter 3), 69-90+ (Quarter 4)).

Quarter 1   Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4 Total
Matchday 1 4 5 8 3 20
Matchday 2 3 8 8 7 26
Matchday 3 2 4 2 6 14
Knockout 3 3 3 7 16
 Totals  12  20  21 23 76

The goalscorers in the Tournament were:

Time

Goal Scorer Team Opponent

3

Mandzukic Croatia Ireland

3

Jiracek Czech Republic Greece

4

Torres Spain Ireland

6

Pilar Czech Republic Greece

11

Van der Waart Netherlands Portugal

14

Silva Spain Italy

15

Dzagoev Russia Czech Republic

17

Lewandowski Poland Greece

19

St Ledger Ireland Croatia

19

Podolski Germany Denmark

19

Alonso Spain France

20

Balotelli Italy Germany

23

Carroll England Sweden

24

Shirokov Russia Czech Republic

24

Krohn-Dehli Denmark Netherlands

24

Pepe Portugal Denmark

24

Gomez Germany Netherlands

24

Krohn-Dehli Denmark Germany

28

Ronaldo Portugal Netherlands

30

Lescott England France

35

Cassano Italy Ireland

36

Helder Postiga Portugal Denmark

36

Balotelli Italy Germany

37

Dzagoev Russia Poland

38

Gomez Germany Netherlands

39

Nasri France England

39

Pirio Italy Croatia

39

Lahm Germany Greece

41

Bendtner Denmark Portugal

41

Alba Spain Italy

43

Jelavic Croatia Ireland

45+2

Karagounis Greece Russia

48

Rooney England Ukraine

49

Mandzukic Croatia Ireland

49

Silva Spain Ireland

49

Johnson (og) Sweden England

51

Salpingidis Greece Poland

52

Pilaf Czech Republic Russia

52

Ibrahimovic Sweden Ukraine

53

Gekas Greece Czech Republic

53

Menez France Ukraine

54

Ibrahimovic Sweden France

55

Shevchenko Ukraine Sweden

55

Samaras Greece Germany

57

Blaszcykowski Poland Russia

57

Cabaye France Ukraine

59

Mellberg Sweden England

61

Di Natale Italy Spain

61

Khedira Germany Greece

62

Shevchenko Ukraine Sweden

64

Fabregas Spain Italy

64

Walcott England Sweden

68

Klose Germany Greece

70

Torres Spain Ireland

72

Gomez Germany Portugal

72

Mandzukic Croatia Italy

72

Jiracek Czech Republic Poland

73

Van Persie Netherlands Germany

74

Crstiano Ronaldo Portugal Netherlands

74

Reus Germany Greece

78

Welbeck England Sweden

79

Dzagoev Russia Czech Republic

79

Ronaldo Portugal Czech Republic

80

Bendtner Denmark Portugal

80

Bender Germany Denmark

82

Pavlyuchenko Russia Czech Republic

83

Fabregas Spain Ireland

84

Torres Spain Italy

87

Varela Portugal Denmark

88

Navas Spain Croatia

88

Mata Spain Italy

89

Salphingidis Greece Germany

90

Balotelli Italy Ireland

90+1

Larsson Sweden France

90+1

Alonso Spain France

90+2

Ozil Germany Italy

Photo Credit

Vigo celebra la victoria de Espagna en la Eurocopa 2012

Author: Keith Lyons

Clyde Street has been my WordPress blog since June 2008. I write about learning, teaching and performing.

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