• Germany have never beaten Italy at a major tournament (D4 L4). Worse still, they have lost all four of their games against Italy in the knockout stages: three times at the World Cup (semi-final in 1970, final in 1982, semi-final in 2006) and once at the European Championships (semi-final in 2012).
  • Germany and Italy's last encounter was earlier this year on 29 March: Joachim Low's men won 4-1 in Munich.
  • 15 of the 18 goals scored in Germany and Italy's previous eight encounters at major tournaments have come after half-time, including seven in extra-time (39%).
  • Italy's next goal will be their 50th against Germany.
  • Germany have reached the semi-finals in their last five major tournaments (WC 2006, EURO 2008, WC 2010, EURO 2012, WC 2014).
  • Germany have won 14 of their last 17 games at major tournaments, drawing two and losing one (1-2 v Italy in the EURO 2012 semi-finals).
  • Germany are the only team yet to concede a single goal so far at EURO 2016. The only previous time they kept clean sheets in their first four games at a major tournament was in the 1978 World Cup.
  • In major tournaments (WC + EURO), Germany haven't conceded a goal in the last 480 minutes. The last player to score past Manuel Neuer was Oscar in the 2014 World Cup semi-final.
  • Germany have averaged 69% possession over their first four games, the highest ratio so far at EURO 2016.
  • Italy have kept 19 clean sheets in 37 EURO games, more than any other team in the history of the tournament and just ahead of Germany (18 clean sheets in 47 games). They've only conceded one goal at EURO 2016.
  • Italy have picked up more cards than any other team at EURO 2016 (13 in four games).
  • Italy have already won three games at EURO 2016 (shoot-outs excluded), their highest tally in a EURO tournament since the 2000 edition (4 wins).
  • Italy are still in contention to reach the final of the EURO in consecutive tournaments for the first time in their history.
  • Italy's only previous game in Bordeaux in a major tournament was a 2-2 draw against Chile in the 1998 World Cup group stages.
  • Thomas Müller hasn't scored a single goal in nine games at the EURO. He has 10 goals in 13 World Cup games.
  • Mario Gomez has scored the joint-most goals for Germany at the EURO alongside Jürgen Klinsmann (5).
  • Gomez has scored 21 goals in his last 27 starts for Germany, including one goal in each of his four starts in 2016.
  • Bastian Schweinsteiger has played in 36 games at major tournaments. Only Miroslav Klose (37) has featured more times for any nation at the World Cup and European Championships.
  • Andrea Barzagli and Leonardo Bonucci are the only players to have started all four of Italy's games at EURO 2016.
  • Graziano Pellè's two goals at EURO 2016 have come in the 92nd and 91st minute.