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Champions League: Stunning stats from PSG vs Chelsea, Real vs Dortmund

All the top stats from PSG vs Chelsea, which ended 3-1 in favour of the French team and Real Madrid vs Borussia Dortmund, which the Spaniards won 3-0.

- The last time there wasn't at least one English side in a European competition semi-final was 2002-03. Manchester United and Chelsea are both in danger of being knocked out at the quarterfinal stage.

- Chelsea join United, Liverpool & Spurs in conceding 3+ goals in a Champions League QF first leg. The others were eliminated. This is also only the second time in 21 Champions League games that Chelsea have conceded 3+ goals.

 Champions League: Stunning stats from PSG vs Chelsea, Real vs Dortmund

Ronaldo made his 100th appearance in the Champions League main competition. Getty Images

- Chelsea also conceded as many goals vs PSG as they had in their previous seven Champions League games. They've also kept a clean sheet in only two of their 17 Champions League quarter-final matches.

- Chelsea did not have a shot on target after Eden Hazard's first half penalty.

- Paris SG have conceded three penalties in their last four Champions League games.

- Ezequiel Lavezzi has scored three goals in three Champions League games against Chelsea, more than against any other side.

- The result makes Chelsea 24-76 underdogs, but they overcame this exact score against Napoli in 2011/12 and went on to win the trophy.

REAL MADRID vs DORTMUND

- Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 14th Champions League goal of the season, equalling Lionel Messi's record in 2011-12.

- Gareth Bale has now scored five goals and assisted three more in eight Champions League appearances for Real Madrid.

- Before last night's defeat, Dortmund had won their last three UCL quarter final ties, including a victory over Spanish side Malaga last season.

- Real Madrid went into the match on the back of a nine game unbeaten run in the Champions League (W8 D1) — their last defeat, ironically, was in Dortmund.

- Ronaldo has scored at least one goal in his last eight Champions League appearances — only Ruud van Nistelrooy had a longer run (9 games in 2002/03).

- Both Gareth Bale & Ezequiel Lavezzi scored after 176 seconds last night.

- The final score in Madrid makes Real 93.8% favourites to advance. They have defended this score successfully on eight occasions.

- Real Madrid have now scored at least twice in 10 successive Champions League matches, equaling the competition record by Sevilla FC (2007-2009).

- Ronaldo made his 100th appearance in the Champions League main competition. He is Portugal's 2nd centurion behind Luis Figo (103).

Stats from Opta and Infostrada.

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Updated Date: Apr 03, 2014 15:14:11 IST