The biggest UK audience of the World Cup so far watched England v USA on ITV1 last night with a peak of 18 million viewers tuning in to see the Three Lions held to a draw in their second match of the tournament.
The audience figures, which encompass all viewers across television and non-TV devices, were higher than the launch of I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here, making it ITV1's most watched programme this year. The huge audience also helped make it ITV1's best Friday in more than a decade.
ITV had its biggest day of the year for streaming, and third biggest on record, with 18m streams. It attracted the biggest 16-34 audience on any channel this year, with 2.0m and 85% watching last night.
Across television, an average audience of 11.9m watched the overall coverage of England v USA, with an average of 15.1m watching the full match.