Patrik Schick’s stunning effort has been named UEFA EURO 2020 Goal of the Tournament.

Patrik Schick’s sensational long-range effort for the Czech Republic against Scotland on Matchday 1 of UEFA EURO 2020 has been named Goal of the Tournament.

Nearly 800,000 votes were cast in just over 24 hours after an initial selection of the ten best goals by UEFA’s Technical Observer team.

UEFA Technical Observers’ top ten goals

Patrik Schick, Scotland 0-2 Czech Republic (14/06, Matchday 1)

Paul Pogba, France 3-3 Switzerland, 4-5 pens (28/06, round of 16)

Luka Modrić, Croatia 3-1 Scotland (22/06, Matchday 3)

Lorenzo Insigne, Belgium 1-2 Italy (02/07, quarter-finals)

Kevin De Bruyne, Denmark 1-2 Belgium (17/06, Matchday 2)

Cristiano Ronaldo, Hungary 0-3 Portugal (15/06, Matchday 1)

Álvaro Morata, Italy 1-1 Spain, 4-2 pens (06/07, semi-finals)

Mikkel Damsgaard, England 2-1 Denmark, aet (07/07, semi-finals)

Andriy Yarmolenko, Netherlands 3-2 Ukraine (13/06, Matchday 1)

Federico Chiesa, Italy 1-1 Spain, 4-2 pens (06/07, semi-finals)

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