- Iceland is currently experiencing a high rate of childbirth nine months after Euro 2016
- The country's national football team defeated England 2 - 1 in a major upset of the tournament
- NAIJ.com understands that exactly nine months after the historic night, more babies are being welcomed
Statistics have shown that more ‘goals’ were scored in the bedroom on the record breaking night when Iceland defeated England 2 - 1 at the round of 16 of Euro 2016.
Exactly nine months after the historic evening, results are beginning to show as the country has had a record-breaking birthrate.
NAIJ.com understands that birthrate with epidurals - painkilling injections are being administered during childbirth reaching record numbers over the weekend of March 25 and 26.
On that night, Wayne Rooney had put the Three Lions ahead from the spot after just four minutes into the game, but their celebration was short lived as Ragnar Sigurdsson equalized two minutes later.
Iceland went ahead through Kolbeinn Sigthorsson in the 19th minute after Joe Hart could not handle the number nine's low shot as it went into the back of the net and it ended that way.
The French team however knocked out ‘Our Boys’ 5 – 2 in the quarter final on their way to the final where they lost 1 – 0 to Cristiano Ronaldo led Portugal.
In his reaction, Barcelona defender Gerard Pique suggested Barcelona might also enjoy a similar baby-boom after the Catalan giants completed a stunning 6 - 5 comeback against Paris Saint-Germain in the UEFA Champions League, as he anticipates better ‘results’ in the next nine months.