Northern Ireland had a successful Euro 2016 campaign, as they reached the last-16 stage of the prestigious European competition.
Michael O’Neill’s side qualified for the last 16 of the 2016 European Championship despite finishing third in Group C with three points from as many matches.
Wales were Northern Ireland’s opponents in the last 16 at the weekend, and Chris Coleman’s side were given a run for their money.
Gareth McAuley's own goal in the 75th minute proved to be the difference between the two sides on Saturday.
Incredible experience over the last few weeks and what an honor it is to be a part of this team ! Thanks for your amazing support #GAWA— Conor Washington (@CWashington1992) June 26, 2016
It's been an honour to lead this team! Gutted but made memories for life! Thank you to the fans 4 being the best pic.twitter.com/DjMICdaOsi— Steven Davis (@StevenDavis8) June 25, 2016
Washington created one chance in four matches for Northern Ireland at the Euro 2016 finals in France. The QPR striker had a pass accuracy of 67%, and won three headers and two dribbles.
Davis created two chances in four games for Northern Ireland at the 2016 European Championship. The Southampton midfielder had a pass accuracy of 82%, and won six headers, four dribbles and six tackles.