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Little known things after the Champions League quarter-finals

Little known things after the Champions League quarter-finals 0
Little known things after the Champions League quarter-finals 0

896 – Yesterday’s goal against Atletico Madrid helped Chicharito (middle) quench his thirst for goals in the Champions League that lasted for 896 days.

896 – Yesterday’s goal against Atletico Madrid helped Chicharito (middle) quench his thirst for goals in the Champions League that lasted for 896 days.

Little known things after the Champions League quarter-finals

59 – With six cards drawn at the Bernabeu yesterday, eight Real – Atletico confrontations on all fronts this season had up to 59 yellow cards.

59 – With six cards drawn at the Bernabeu yesterday, eight Real – Atletico confrontations on all fronts this season had up to 59 yellow cards.

Little known things after the Champions League quarter-finals

50 – With a 1-0 victory over Atletico, Iker Casillas (blue shirt) kept 50 clean sheets in the Champions League, equaling this record that belonged to former Ajax, Juventus and Man Utd goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar.

50 – With a 1-0 victory over Atletico, Iker Casillas (blue shirt) kept 50 clean sheets in the Champions League, equaling this record that belonged to former Ajax, Juventus and Man Utd goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar.

Little known things after the Champions League quarter-finals

27 – Thomas Muller (left) became the German player who scored the most goals in the Champions League with 27 goals, one more than second place Mario Gomez.

27 – Thomas Muller (left) became the German player who scored the most goals in the Champions League with 27 goals, one more than second place Mario Gomez.

Little known things after the Champions League quarter-finals

21 – The four teams present in the semi-finals this season have a total of 22 crowns in the C1 Cup / Champions League, including Real (10 times), Bayern (5), Barca (4) and Juventus (2).

21 – The four teams present in the semi-finals this season have a total of 22 crowns in the C1 Cup / Champions League, including Real (10 times), Bayern (5), Barca (4) and Juventus (2).

Little known things after the Champions League quarter-finals

19 – The cross for Chicharito to score was the assist for Cristiano Ronaldo’s (No. 7) 19th goal for Real Madrid on all fronts this season.

19 – The cross for Chicharito to score was the assist for Cristiano Ronaldo’s (No. 7) 19th goal for Real Madrid on all fronts this season.

Little known things after the Champions League quarter-finals

12 – Final win over Monaco 1-0, Juventus appeared in the Champions League semi-finals for the first time in 12 years.

12 – Final win over Monaco 1-0, Juventus appeared in the Champions League semi-finals for the first time in 12 years.

Little known things after the Champions League quarter-finals

9 – Luis Enrique is the first coach in history to win nine of his first 10 Champions League matches in charge.

9 – Luis Enrique is the first coach in history to win nine of his first 10 Champions League matches in charge.

Little known things after the Champions League quarter-finals

8 – Gareth Bale’s injury is a disadvantage for Real as they enter the quarter-final second leg against Atletico.

8 – Gareth Bale’s injury is a disadvantage for Real as they enter the quarter-final second leg against Atletico.

Little known things after the Champions League quarter-finals

6 – Bayern have six goals from headers – the most in the Champions League this season.

6 – Bayern have six goals from headers – the most in the Champions League this season.

Little known things after the Champions League quarter-finals

5 – Neymar, with a double in the quarterfinals second leg, became the player who scored the most goals against PSG in the history of this French team’s participation in the Champions League.

5 – Neymar, with a double in the quarterfinals second leg, became the player who scored the most goals against PSG in the history of this French team’s participation in the Champions League.

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