• All five previous teams winning 3-2 away from home in the first leg of their Champions League knockout tie have progressed to the next round.
  • Monaco have won four of their last five home games against German opposition (D1), in all competitions. In fact, their only defeat on home soil versus a team from Germany was against Borussia Mönchengladbach in the UEFA Cup back in October 1996 (0-1).
  • Monaco can reach the semis of the Champions League for the fourth time after 1993/94, 1997/98 and 2003/04. No other French team has made the last four more than once.
  • Monaco have won 70% of their home games in the Champions League (21 out of 30). Among clubs to have hosted at least 30 games, only Real Madrid (76%), Barcelona (73%) and Bayern Munich (71%) have a better rate.
  • Monaco only had two shots on target in the first leg against Dortmund, scoring with both of them as well as benefiting from a Sven Bender own goal.
  • Monaco have conceded 15 goals in the Champions League this season, more than any other team among the remaining quarter-finalists.
  • Only Barcelona and Bayern Munich (4) have been awarded more penalties than Monaco (3) in this season’s Champions League. However, none of them have found the back of the net.
  • Borussia Dortmund have reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League for the third time in the last five seasons.
  • Borussia Dortmund have lost eight of their last 11 games in the Champions League knockout stages (W3).
  • Borussia Dortmund are the top scorers in this season’s Champions League (27 goals in nine games), with 30% of them coming in the final 15 minutes (8). In fact, Dortmund’s games have produced more goals than any other team (40 - 27 for & 13 against).
  • The first leg saw the first ever instance of two teenagers scoring in the same Champions League knockout game (Ousmane Dembélé & Kylian Mbappé).
  • 18 year-old Kylian Mbappé is the top scorer in this season’s Champions League knockout stages with four goals in three games.
  • Meanwhile, 21-year-old Thomas Lemar is the top assist provider in this season’s knockout stages, with three offerings.
  • Shinji Kagawa was involved in both Dortmund goals in the first leg against Monaco, assisting the first and scoring the second.