Revealed: The top-scoring English clubs at European Championships - and how Sunderland compare
The United Kingdom has been swept up by Euro 2020, with England, Scotland, and Wales all looking to book their place in the knockout rounds of the competition.
For Sunderland supporters, there are few opportunities to see their heroes in action, but the likes of Sweden midfielder Seb Larsson will definitely be among the familiar faces on show.
But how have the Black Cats’ players fared at the European Championships in years gone by?
Paddy Power have conducted research to discover which clubs in Europe have seen their assets score the most goals in the competition over its long and fabled history.
Real Madrid lead the way with 30 goals scored, followed by Juventus (27), Bayern Munich (26), and Barcelona (24) – but which English clubs have had the most success, and how do Sunderland measure up?
Click and scroll through the pages below to read our countdown of the top 20, and to see who tops the charts...