Arsenal star celebrates “unbelievable” night at Euro 2016

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It was a night of curious statistics for Germany as they progressed to the Euro 2016 semi-finals at Italy’s expense in Bordeaux.

Die Mannschaft made it six penalty shootout wins in a row at major tournaments, but at the same time missed more spot kicks against the Italians than they had done in all five of their previous tie-breakers combined.

Here’s how a handful of the players from both sides reacted to the eventual 6-5 German win on social media:

Toni Kroos, who netted Germany’s first penalty, was pretty brief in his verdict.

Andre Schurrle didn’t get on to the pitch for the game, but did manage to snap a quick post-match selfie with a few of his teammates:

He was outdone by the king of the selfie however, with Lukas Podolski finding a natty hat to wear for his:


Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil was one of three Germany stars to miss from the spot, but still found time to celebrate on Twitter:

The Italian team’s official account celebrated their side’s achievements in defeat:

Finally, Bastian Schweinsteiger paid tribute to his opponents:

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