The Luxembourger became the first EuroMillions winner of 2015, the 299th jackpot winner of all time and only the second player from the Grand Duchy to match all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars in the game’s history. France has produced the most EuroMillions top tier wins with 75, followed by Spain on 67 and then Portugal, where 53 players have scooped the top prize. The UK lies fourth, having seen 46 citizens bag the big one since EuroMillions began in 2004.
You can find a full breakdown of the winners by country, alongside information on the biggest jackpots ever claimed, at the EuroMillions Winners page.
If you would like to boost your nation’s statistics whilst becoming the 300th jackpot winner, you will need to buy some tickets for tonight’s draw before sales close at 7:30pm GMT (8:30pm CET). You can get hold of them straight away at the Play EuroMillions section or pop in to an authorised retailer whilst you are out and about. Good luck!