Iceland, the smallest country in the Euro 2016, face England in the last 16 round of the championship on Monday.
Here are some Iceland facts:
Iceland’s television commentator Guðmundur Benediktsson gets very excited.
He also works as a coach at KR Reykjavík football club.
The #ISL commentator completely lost it last night 😂 (Via
fums_magazin</a>) <a href="https://t.co/4Jw36W6apc">pic.twitter.com/4Jw36W6apc</a></p>— Coral (Coral) June 23, 2016
*After Iceland’s 1-1 draw with Portugal, Ronaldo said Iceland is not going to do anything in the competition*
*Cristiano Ronaldo has 43,100,00 Twitter followers.
The population of Iceland is 331,000.*
Cristiano Ronaldo's Twitter followers: 43,100,000— Football Facts (@FootbalIFact) June 14, 2016
Iceland's population: 330,000 pic.twitter.com/Py4CdZh1dV
According to BBC 5 Live, if you’re Icelandic, male and aged 20-40, you have a 1 in 2,000 chance of playing for your national football team.
BBC 5 live Sport (@5liveSport) June 14, 2016
England manager Roy Hodgson is expecting a tough game against Iceland on Monday (June 27).
Football TV presenter Dan Walker likened Iceland to the UK city of Wakefield in terms of population.
This is the goal that got Iceland through to the last 16