Euro 2016 will not be remembered with huge affection by many other than Portugal and Wales, says BBC Sport's Phil McNulty.
Injury may have denied Ronaldo a full part in the Euro 2016 final against France, but Portugal's win completes his set of honours.
A French core, a heavy Wales presence and Ronaldo up front - your Euro 2016 team of the tournament.
From the 298 Icelandic TV viewers who tuned out to the 2bn across the world who tuned in, BBC Sport digs out the Euro 2016 facts.
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Former Wales striker John Hartson says he "can't defend" the tackle by Wales' Neil Taylor which broke the leg of the Republic of Ireland defender Seamus Coleman.
Wales' approachable players formed a rapport with their adoring support that defined their Euro 2016 adventure - can the combination carry them to more success?