• Barcelona have only lost one of their last 18 knockout games at Camp Nou in the Champions League (0-3 v Bayern Munich in last season’s semi-final).
  • Out of 30 home games in the Champions League knockout stages, Barcelona have only lost two by at least two clear goals (0-2 v Real Madrid in April 2002 and 0-3 v Bayern Munich in May 2013).
  • Only one English club has managed to beat Barcelona at Camp Nou in the Champions League (in 17 games): Liverpool in February 2007 (1-2).
  • The last three Champions League visits by English clubs to Camp Nou have produced 13 goals.
  • Manchester City are winless in their last three Champions League games against Spanish clubs (D1 L2).
  • Manchester City have won their three away games in the Champions League this season, including a 3-2 victory against the current European champions Bayern Munich.
  • Manchester City have only kept one clean sheet in their last 13 Champions League games (3-0 win v Viktoria Plzen last September), including none in their last six outings (longest current run among the 16 remaining teams).
  • Barcelona have the most prolific attacking record at home this season in the Champions League with 13 goals in three games.
  • Barcelona have reached the semi-finals of the Champions League in each of the last six seasons, the longest run in the competition.
  • Lionel Messi (66 goals) is only five goals away from equalling Raul’s Champions League goalscoring record (71 goals). He’s netted seven goals in only four games this season (from nine shots on target). He needs one more to be the top scorer for one club (currently level on 66 with Raul for Real Madrid).
  • Neymar has been directly involved in five of Barcelona’s last seven Champions League goals (three goals, two assists).
  • Xavi has played 138 games for Barcelona in the Champions League. One more outing and he’ll equal the record for most appearances for one club in the competition (Ryan Giggs 139).