Liverpool have certainly caught the eye of the biggest losers with 3 successive away games, but there are still many more to be mentioned in the penultimate round. Here are the typical statistics …

  • 1 Christian Eriksen’s goal against Inter Milan is the first goal of a Tottenham Hotspur reserve player since November 2010, when Roman Pavlyuchenko did the same thing with the half-green side of Milan.
  • 2 Tottenham Hotspur have won the second consecutive game in Champions League since December 2017. They are now aiming for a record three consecutive ones if they beat Barcelona at the Nou Camp next month.
  • 3 After losing at PSG’s Stade de France, Jurgen Klopp’s side had their first ever loss in three successive Champions League away games. Previously they fell against the SSC Napoli and Red Star Belgrade.
  • 6 Sergio Aguero has scored in the last six games in the Champions League – only Cristiano Ronaldo (12) did the same thing at the playground.
  • 7 Robert Lewandowski became the seventh player to score 50 goals in the Champions League, after 77 games – Ruud van Nistelrooy (62) and Lionel Messi (66).
  • 14 Man City is the top scorers in the Champions League 2018/19 with 14 goals in five matches. Second place is Barcelona and PSG co-owner 13 times to tear the opponent grid.
  • 30 Arjen Robben became the second Dutchman to score 30 goals in the Champions League, behind Ruud van Nistelrooy (56).
  • 31 Neymar has surpassed Kaka, Ronaldo, Ronaldo, Rivaldo or Adriano to become the top Brazilian striker the Champions League with 31 goals.
  • 73% Since the start of last season, Liverpool have scored more goals than the Champions League compared to any other team (49). About 73% of these were recorded by Mohamed Salah (12), Roberto Firmino (12) or Sadio Mane (11).
  • 80th The goal of Taison for Shakhtar Donetsk is the 80th goal from a Brazilian player who scored for the Champions League (not counting individual goals) – only Barcelona (83). Owned more goal scorers than the Samba.
  • 90+ Marouane Fellaini goal is the first goal score in the added time for Manchester United since November 2007, when star Cristiano Ronaldo did the same against his former club Sporting Lisbon.