Euro 2020 has seen players from English leagues play twice as many games than any other country.
The tournament has seen 24,698 minutes of football played by English players. Most of these are Premier League teams, which is significantly more than the 14,979 and 14,256 German players.
Manchester City players registered more Euro 2020 minutes than any other club with 3,458 so far, surpassing Juventus (2.914), Chelsea (2.910), Bayern Munich (2.805), Tottenham (2.381)
Real Madrid is still ranked eighth with 2,069 minutes - despite not having any player in Luis Enrique’s Spain squad. A Manchester United cohort trails the La Liga giants by only three minutes.
Another surprise is Atalanta's victory over Barcelona in 11th place - ahead clubs like Inter Milan (14th), Leicester (16th), Liverpool 17th), Paris Saint-Germain (18th), AC Milan (18th), and Atletico Madrid (24)
Pep Guardiola's team has become the most represented in the tournament, thanks to the addition of England, Ukraine, England, and Belgium. Oleksandr Ziinchenko and Aymeric Laporte both played every minute of every match, including extra time.
John Stones, Raheem sterling, and Kyle Walker, club team-mates, have played nearly every minute for England. Phil Foden got 134 minutes, and Ilkay Gundogan, who played in the first three games for Germany, before sustaining an injury.
Ruben Dias, Bernardo Silva, and Rodri also made it to the 16th round with Portugal. Ferran Torres Rodri, Eric Garcia, and Rodri (set to leave City) represent Spain. Nathan Ake was able to clock 52 minutes with the Netherlands.