Goals. We love watching them, and luckily, footballers love scoring them - particularly at the Euros.
And there is nothing better than witnessing a screamer fly into the net in a major international tournament, hosting some of the continent's most powerful and entertaining nations.
Over the years, the European Championships have provided us with some of the sport's most prolific goalscorers in football history, doing what they do best for the country they love.
But who are the top 20 goalscorers in the competition's illustrious history, you ask? Look no further than the following.
*Editors note - players level on goals scored have been ranked based on their goals to game ratio.
20. Dennis Bergkamp
The Netherlands have produced some great forwards (as this list suggests) and Dennis Bergkamp is one of the best.
Four goals in the prestigious tournament for the graceful Dutchman.
19. Zinedine Zidane
A winner of the European Championships with France in 2000, Zinedine Zidane racked up five goals over his long international career in this competition.
Two of those came in the space of a couple of heart-breaking minutes against England in 2004.
18. Mario Gomez
Mario Gomez was a big fan of goals, and he got plenty of them for Germany.
He grabbed five in our European competition, making him one of the biggest hitters for his nation.
17. Fernando Torres
Ah, the blonde, bouncing locks. How we miss them in our lives.
Fernando Torres - a two-time European champion with Spain, a golden boot winner, and most importantly, a beautiful man.
16. Jurgen Klinsmann
Jurgen Klinsmann scored goals, won trophies and did funny celebrations.
Here he is even giving the Queen a giggle.
15. Robert Lewandowski
Robert Lewandowski, widely regarded as one of the best strikers of his generation, doesn't score at major international tournaments.
That's the narrative that has followed the Pole around for much of his legendary career, largely through no fault of his own. At the Euros at least, he's proved the doubters wrong - even though his goals have largely been in vein.
14. Milan Baros
Country: Czech Republic
If you remember Milan Baros tearing up the Premier League for Liverpool, you've lived through an elite era of football.
He was also pretty prolific for Czech Republic, and scored five at the Euros.
13. Marco van Basten
The natural line of progression: Jurgen Klinsmann, Milan Baros, Marco van Basten.
The Dutchman was a genius, and scored possibly the competition's most iconic goal ever in the final, winning the tournament for his nation. Say no more.
12. Savo Milosevic
Country: Serbia (then Yugoslavia)
Nicknamed Miss-a-lot-evic in England (of course he was) Savo Milosevic silenced his doubters on the European platform.
Five goals, the same number as a whole bunch of elite forwards.
11. Romelu Lukaku
Remember when Romelu Lukaku was widely criticised for a slight dip in form at Manchester United and essentially written off?
Yeah, 90min does too.
Luckily, 90min also chose to overlook that hyperbole, knowing just how prolific the Belgian was in front of goal. He notches time and again, and more impressively, scores all sorts.
10. Nuno Gomes
Nuno Gomes tore up Portugal with Benfica, spent a couple of pleasant years in the picturesque city of Florence, and somehow ended up finishing his career in Blackburn.
Football is a funny old game, eh?
9. Zlatan Ibrahimovic
No introduction needed.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic will still be coming out of international retirement to play for Sweden well into his fifties, notching his eighth and ninth goals at Euro 2032.
8. Thierry Henry
The greatest player to have graced the English shores, and a World Cup / European champion to boot. Thierry Henry.
An unstoppable force of nature in our beautiful game.
7. Wayne Rooney
Take us all back, please.
The year is 2004, and a teenage Wayne Rooney is pulling France, Croatia and Switzerland's collective pants down. He was destined to bring football home, but broken metatarsals had other plans.
6. Patrick Kluivert
Another Netherlands star on the list - and not the last, once again.
Patrick Kluivert was a brilliant striker to watch, and he dazzled us with five beauties in European matches.
5. Ruud van Nistelrooy
Of course Ruud van Nistelrooy hit five goals in a shorter space of time than all the other fivers on this list.
The former Manchester United star could find the net from anywhere - although he mainly opted to do so from the penalty area. A poacher like no other.
4. Alan Shearer
The highest player on the list to have never won the tournament. Alan Shearer bagged seven goals in nine matches, including five in 1996, when we all temporarily believed football was actually coming home.
So close, yet so far.
3. Antoine Griezmann
Antoine Griezmann must have thought it was his fate to win the European Championships in 2016, but he couldn't drag France over the line.
Still, his two goals in the semi-final gave supporters a night they'll never forget.
2. Michel Platini
A three-time Ballon d'Or winner. A European Championship winner. The second highest scorer in the competition's history.
Here's how he did it. 1984: Two hat-tricks in two group stage matches and a winner in the other. A 119th minute winner in the semi-finals. A key goal in the final. Nine goals in FIVE GAMES.
1. Cristiano Ronaldo
We were all waiting for this guy, weren't we?
Fact: Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 14 more goals in European Championship history than Lionel Messi. Case closed on our goat.
Also, he won the bloody thing in 2016 as a player and then as a manager and/or motivator on the sidelines in the final. He can do it all.