The math is easier for me in imperial than metric, mostly due to gravity and PPG definitions, so I've converted your recipe accordingly.

OG:

17.64 lb, average PPG of 37.25 points.

17.64* 37.25 = 657.09 total potential points.

Brewhouse efficiency = 85%.

.85 * 657.09 = 558.5265 points at batch size (volume into fermenter)

Batch size is 19.812 gallons

558.5265 / 19.812 = 28.19 => OG is 1.02819. This lines up with the OG in the "after" screenshots. Currently the recipe editor has it at 28.18 (small discrepancy probably due to rounding or unit conversions).

If the FG is 1.0067632 (76% apparent attenuation from 1.028), then the ABV is most likely between 2.76 - and 2.84 (depending mostly on instrumental uncertainty in the hydrometer).

Strictly 1.028 and 1.007 comes to 2.76. The recipe editor is using the full calculated values, without rounding, for OG and FG so you may see a slight deviation from that ABV vs the brew log for the "same" values, or for the ABV calculator.

73% of 657.09 = 479.6757.

Preboil volume in log entry is 91.3 Liters (24.11891 gallons) @1.020

479.6757 / 24.11891 = 19.887950 => 1.01989 => 1.020 SG due to instrumental uncertainty and measurement scale precision.

The "after" and the current site should be accurate on all accounts.