They were heady, historic days in the sporting history of Iceland. 
A small Nordic nation of 300,000 people toppling World Cup winners and footballing lawmakers England in a major tournament doesn’t happen every week. Not yet, at least. 
For nine months on from that 2-1 victory on the French riviera, local newspaper Visir reports a record-breaking amount of births in Iceland. 
Indeed, the weekend of March 25-26 saw the highest-ever amount of epidurals administered to patients in Icelandic hospitals – for those unfamiliar, that is a painkilling injection into the spinal cord, common during childbirth.
How many of those newborns will be named after the Euro 2016 heroes is, as yet, unknown.