Iceland beat England yesterday, in one of the great tournament upsets in soccer history. According to AS, an incredible 99.8 percent of Icelandic TV viewers were turned into the match, a slight jump from the 98.5 percent who watched Iceland vs. Austria.

Using some admittedly rough calculations, there are about 98,000 TV sets in Iceland. About 8 percent of the population went to the tournament. If we factor in the population loss and presume every single TV set was turned on, we are talking a maximum of about 180 or so TV sets not watching that match.