The Premier League and English football clubs in general are very well represented in Euro 2016. Yet neither Man United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea nor Man City have the distinction of being the English club with the most combined goalscorers this tournament. That honour falls on a team that fell out of the Premier League this past year: Norwich City.
According to the Mirror, the three goals scored by Ireland and Norwich City duo Robbie Brady and Wes Hoolihan makes the club the highest-scoring English club in Euro 2016.
Arsenal (Olivier Giroud and Aaron Ramsey, 1 goal each), West Ham United (Dimitri Payet, two goals) and Everton (Romelu Lukaku) are all tied for second.
The Canaries are flying! pic.twitter.com/nrQPnZHbmG
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) June 26, 2016
With Ireland earning elimination on Sunday at the hands of France, Norwich may not retain that title for long though.
Norwich City were relegated after finishing 19th on the table. During the 2015-16 season the Canaries scored 39 goals (t-2nd fewest) and allowed 67 (t-2nd most).
Follow @jtmlovessports on Twitter
Euro 2016 odds: Germany favourites for title after smashing Slovakia – watch goals as Draxler wins MOTM
(Video) Liverpool brute finally punished but Arsenal’s penalty woes continue at Euro 2016
Euro 2016: France suffer double blow as influential duo to miss quarter-final clash