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Please Stand By—We're Not Done Celebrating

A review of every goal scored at the Euro revealed that play has been interrupted for an average of 52 seconds after scoring, counting from when the ball crossed the goal line until the moment play resumed. Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates with his team. .Portugal, which will face Spain in Wednesday's semifinal, is the most festive side: 67.9 seconds per goal. When Cristiano Ronaldo scored against the Czech Republic on Thursday, the Portuguese celebrated for nearly 90 seconds.

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