Picture Jude Bellingham became the first European player to appear at 3 major tournaments before turning 21 (his exact age was 20 years 353 days). He has played at Euros 2020, 2024 and at 2022 World Cup. 

The statistics on 2024 Euro day 3 (16 June)

Poland vs Netherlands 1-2

*The Netherlands have won 7th of their last 8 opening games at major tournaments (World Cups, Euros). 

*The Netherlands won for the 3rd time a Euro match in which they started losing, after 2-1 vs Germany in 1988 (semifinals) and 3-2 vs France in 2000.

*The Netherlands haven’t fielded a player from Ajax in the starting line-up in a game at a major tournament for the first time since 2008 and for just the 12th time ever.

*Bart Verbruggen (Netherlands) became the youngest goalkeeper (21 years 303 days) to start a game at Euro over last 60 years. 
José Ángel Iribar is the only one from his colleagues who did it being younger (at 21 years 108 days in 1964). 

*Adam Buksa became the first Polish player to score a first half goal in the Euro group stages since Robert Lewandowski in the opening match of the 2012 edition. 
Each of their previous seven group stage goals had all come in the 2nd half. 

*Cody Gakpo has scored the Netherlands’ opening goal in the 2nd major tournament in a row (after 2022 World Cup).

*Wout Weghorst became the 2nd Dutch player with 3 consecutive games in which he came on as a substitute and found the net, after Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink in 2007-2008.
He has scored with each of his last three shots at major tournaments (including 2 in the World Cup 2022 game vs Argentina). 

*Weghorst's goal vs Poland is also the fastest by a Netherlands substitute at the Euros (scored after 2 minutes 18 seconds). 

Slovenia vs Denmark 1-1

*Christian Eriksen became the oldest player (32 years 123 days) to score for Denmark in a European Championship.

*Christian Eriksen has created 7 goal chances. There is only one players else to create as many or more in a single games across the last two Euros:
Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium) vs Finland in 2021 (also 7).

*Every outfield Danish starter attempted at least one shot against Slovenia. It's only the third recorded time that this has happened in a Euro game, after England (vs Spain in 1996) and Netherlands (vs Italy in 2000).

Serbia vs England 0-1

*Just 11 shots between Serbia (6) and England (5) is the lowest rate of any game in the history of Euro.

*England is the first team in the Euro history with 5 consecutive clean sheets in the group stages.

*England won all 4 their opening games at major tournaments under Gareth Southgate (also at 2018,2022 World Cups, 2020 Euro).
In all their 9 Euro participations before the Southgate era, they had never won their starting match.

*Southgate is the first English coach to go 8 consecutive Euro games without losing. He surpassed Roy Hodgson's 7-game unbeaten run, between 2012 and 2016 (interrupted by the defeat against Iceland).

*Harry Kane became England’s most experienced player at major tournaments (World Cups, Euros): 23 games.
The next are: Raheem Sterling (22), Ashley Cole (22), Steven Gerrard (21), Wayne Rooney (21).

*Jude Bellingham became the first European player to appear at 3 major tournaments before turning 21 (his exact age was 20 years 353 days).
He has played at Euros 2020, 2024 and at 2022 World Cup. 

*Bellingham became the England’s 3rd youngest player in Euro history, after Wayne Rooney (18 years 237 days) and Michael Owen (20 years 189 days).

*Bellingham has scored England's opening goal at 2 major tournaments in a row (also at the 2022 World Cup). 

*Bellingham is the first player to score for England at both the World Cup and Euro while playing his club football outside of England.

*Bellingham is the 2nd player overall to score at the World Cup and Euro before turning 21, after his compatriot Michael Owen (20 years 189 days).

*Bellingham became the youngest ever player to score a winning goal of a Euro match.
He beat the previous record of Arda Turan who scored for Turkey vs Switzerland in 2008 at 21 years 133 days.

*England has now 18 headed goals in the Euro history, the most of all nations, surpassing Germany (17).
The next are Portugal (15 headers), Spain (13) and France (13).