Iceland — tiny, sea-surrounded Iceland, population 331,000 — is going to the knockout round of its first major tournament after its 2-1 win over Austria in Euro 2016 Group F play on Wednesday in Paris. Arnor Ingvi Traustason scored the game-winner deep into stoppage time, finishing a last-ditch 3-on-2 off a pass from Teddy Bjarnason.

Iceland, which tied Hungary for first place with five Group F points but took the No. 2 spot because of goal differential, will play England in the round of 16 on Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. EDT.

Okay, so Reykjavik isn’t exactly Cleveland right now — the crowd gathered for the Cavs’ victory parade Wednesday almost certainly dwarfed Iceland’s entire population — but still, this is good celebrating.

That’s half of Iceland’s population. Another 8 percent — approximately 27,000 people, according to the Associated Press — bought Euro 2016 tickets, forming what has come to be known as the Blue Wall. Not bad for a country with a population about the size of Riverside, Calif., or Corpus Christi, Tex.

Also, this is a very good Twitter feed: