Are Tottenham the most talented Premier League team at Euro 2016?
Portugal's Joao Moutinho (C) celebrates his goal against Denmark with his teammate Bruno Alves (R) and Cristiano Ronaldo
Over the last three days at HITC Sport we have been counting down our list of the top 50 players at Euro 2016.
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo was voted in first place, followed by free agent Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski in third.
Here is a breakdown of how the top 50 appears, by country, club and league:
Top by country
Belgium: 9, Spain: 9, France: 7, Germany: 7, England: 4, Italy: 3
Emerging force Belgium have more players on the list that any other nation apart from defending champions Spain, although several of their stars feature in the lower half of the list.
Spain though do not have a player inside our top 10, while Belgium have one and Germany two.
Top by club
Barcelona: 6, Bayern Munich: 6, Tottenham: 6, Real Madrid: 5
Real Madrid would have had six players too had it not been for France defender Raphael Varane's late injury, which has ruled him out of the tournament.
Tottenham are the best represented Premier League team after their impressive season with six players listed, while Manchester United and Chelsea follow with three, and Arsenal two. Liverpool have no players featured.
Top by league
Premier League: 21, La Liga: 20, Bundesliga: 7, Serie A: 6
Best England player: #15 Harry Kane
Best Premier League player: #7 Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City)
England's Harry Kane misses a penalty
Kevin De Bruyne celebrates scoring the first goal for Manchester City
Full list: Euro 2016's Top 50 Players
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1 Cristiano Ronaldo, 2 Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 3 Robert Lewandowski, 4 Gareth Bale, 5 Paul Pogba
6 Thomas Muller, 7 Kevin de Bruyne, 8 Antoine Griezmann, 9 Luka Modric, 10 Marco Reus
11 Andres Iniesta, 12 Manuel Neuer, 13 Mesut Ozil, 14 Toni Kroos, 15 Harry Kane
16 Eden Hazard, 17 David Alaba, 18 Sergio Busquets, 19 Gerard Pique, 20 Sergio Ramos
21 David de Gea, 22 Dimitri Payet, 23 Ivan Rakitic, 24 Gianluigi Buffon, 25 Mats Hummels
26 Toby Alderweireld, 27 David Silva, 28 Romelu Lukaku, 29 Anthony Martial, 30 Dele Alli
31 Cesc Fabregas, 32 Jerome Boateng, 33 Arda Turan, 34 Thibaut Courtois, 35 Giorgio Chiellini
36 Hugo Lloris, 37 NGolo Kante, 38 Jamie Vardy, 39 Jordi Alba, 40 Leonardo Bonucci,
41 Marek Hamsik, 42 Petr Cech, 43 Koke, 44 Blaise Matuidi, 45 Andriy Yarmolenko
46 Jan Vertonghen, 47 Michy Batshuayi, 48 Radja Nainggolan, 49 Wayne Rooney, 50 Mousa Dembele