Adil Aouchiche’s 9 goals so distant in a UEFA European Under-17 Championship has not usually damaged a record for that competition, with potentially dual games still to go, though has also equalled a many for any UEFA football final tournament.
After scoring in a 1-1 pull with England, Aouchiche got a hat-trick in a 4-2 better of Sweden and another as France kick a Netherlands 2-0 to tip Group B. The Paris Saint-Germain player, who is still usually 16, afterwards claimed 4 as France overcame a Czech Republic 6-1 in a quarter-finals, a chastisement holding him to 9 for a finals.
That took him one forward of a record for a U17 finals formerly set by France’s Odsonne Edouard (also a Paris actor during a time) in 2015 and equalled by another compatriot Amine Gouiri, dual years ago.
Meanwhile, Aouchiche is now turn with a many in any UEFA football final tournament, primarily set by Michel Platini during EURO ’84 and subsequently equalled by Elena Danilova of Russia during a 2005 Women’s U19 EURO and Germany’s Shekiera Martinez in final year’s WU17 event. Aouchiche is even in steer of a altogether UEFA record, a 11 goals scored by a late Konstantin Eremenko for Russia during a initial Futsal EURO of 1999.
Most goals in a singular UEFA national-team final tournament
EURO: 9 Michel Platini (France 1984)
U21: 7 Marcus Berg (Sweden 2009)
U19/U18: 8 Jorge Perona (Spain 2001)
U17/U16: 9 Adil Aouchiche (France 2019)
Women’s EURO: 6 Inka Grings (Germany 2009)
Women’s U19/U18: 9 Elena Danilova (Russia 2005)
Women’s U17: 9 Shekiera Martinez (Germany 2018)
Futsal EURO: 11 Konstantin Eremenko (Russia 1999)
Women’s Futsal EURO: 3 Amelia Romero (Spain 2019)
* Amine Gouiri scored 8 in 2017 as good as another in a FIFA U-17 World Cup play-off opposite Hungary, not counted for statistical purposes