• This is the 23rd European Cup/Champions League fixture between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid – the 17th under the Champions League era – a record in the history of the tournament.
  • Bayern Munich and Real Madrid are perfectly level in their European Cup/Champions League knockout encounters, progressing five times each.
  • Real Madrid have lost nine of their 11 away games against Bayern Munich in European competition (W1 D1) but they won on their last trip to the Allianz Arena, inflicting on the Bavarians their biggest European home defeat (4-0).
  • Bayern Munich have reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League for the sixth consecutive season. In fact, in each of the five previous campaigns, they’ve systematically made it to the semis.
  • Bayern Munich have won their last 16 home Champions League games (58 goals scored, 9 conceded), the longest winning run in the history of the competition. The last team to beat them at the Allianz Arena was … Real Madrid, in April 2014 (0-4).
  • None of Bayern Munich’s last 10 Champions League games has ended in a draw (W7 L3). The last one was against Benfica in April 2016 (2-2).
  • Bayern Munich have scored 24 goals in this season’s Champions League, including 10 on their last two outings (against Arsenal). However, they have only kept one clean sheet in their last seven games.
  • Bayern Munich have averaged 70% possession, the highest ratio in this season’s Champions League. The Bavarian side have dominated that ranking every season since 2013/14.
  • This is the 20th consecutive season in which Real Madrid have made it to the Champions League knockout stages, a record in the competition - they have reached the semis in each of the last 6 seasons.
  • Real Madrid, alongside Juventus, are the only unbeaten team in this season’s Champions League. They have also only lost one of their last 10 knockout games (W6 D3), it was against Wolfsburg in April 2016 (0-2).
  • Real Madrid have scored minimum two goals in each of their eight Champions League games this season. However, they have also failed to keep a single clean sheet in any of those eight games.
  • Real Madrid’s substitutes are the most prolific in this season’s Champions League, with five goals (3 of them from Alvaro Morata).
  • Robert Lewandowski has scored in each of his last three Champions League games; he’s never done four in a row in the competition. He’s also netted 15 goals in his last 13 Champions League games at the Allianz Arena. The only time he failed to find the net in that run was against Benfica in April 2016.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo has failed to score in his last 613 minutes of Champions League action, his longest drought since he went…613 minutes without a goal with Manchester Utd between May 2008 and March 2009. None of his last 33 shots have found the back of the net.
  • Sergio Ramos’ last six goals in the Champions League have all been scored in the knockout stages of the competition, including his headed brace against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena in April 2014. If he plays, it will be his 99th game in the competition.