Turkey became only the sixth country to come back from a two goal deficit to win a European Championship match. Ironically, Czech Republic was the last team to achieve this feat, at Euro 2004.
Since the introduction of the knock-out stages in 1984, eight teams have now survived the group stage after losing their opening match. Turkey have now achieved it twice. Their first such feat was at Euro 2000.
By scoring twice at Euro 2008, Arda Turan and Nihat Kahveci have equalled Hakan Sukur to become Turkey's joint top scorers in European Championship history.
Volkan Demirel's red card was the 14th direct red card in European Championship history. Three of those have been given to goalkeepers: Filip de Wilde (2000) and Sergei I. Ovchinnikov (2004) were the others.
Jan Koller's goal made him the second player from the Czech Republic to score in three different major tournaments (European Championship and World Cup combined). He now shares the record with Vladimir Smicer.
At the age of 35 years and 77 days, Koller is also the second oldest player to score in European Championship history. The three oldest goal scorers have all come at Euro 2008.
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