With our partner Opta Sports, discover the records set by Jude Bellingham during the quarter-final second leg between BVB and Manchester City.
- Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham (17 years, 289 days) became the second youngest player to score in the Champions League knockout stage behind Bojan, who scored with Barcelona against Schalke in April 2008 at 17 years and 217 days.
- Jude Bellingham is the youngest goalscorer for a German club in the Champions League.
- Jude Bellingham is the youngest English goalscorer in the Champions League, breaking Alex Oxlade Chamberlain’s record (18 years and 44 days in 2011).
- Manchester City have qualified for the second time in their history in the semi-finals of the Champions League (after 2015/16), the English club had left the competition at the quarter-finals stage in their 3 previous appearances (2017 -18, 2018-19 and 2019-20).
- Manchester City have lost only one of their last 20 Champions League matches (16 wins, 3 draws), it was against Lyon in the quarter-finals of the 2019-20 edition (1-3). It is the only team still undefeated in the competition this season (9 wins, 1 draw).
- Dortmund have lost 3 of their last 5 receptions in the knockout stage of the Champions League (1 win, 1 draw), as much as in the first 12 (8 wins, 1 draw).
- Dortmund midfielder Emre Can has conceded 2 penalties in his last 3 Champions League games, having conceded none in his first 28 appearances in the competition.
- Manchester City winger Riyad Mahrez had not been a Champions League scorer since September 18, 2019, the end of a 14-game shortage. This is his first goal in the knockout stage of the competition.
- Phil Foden has been decisive in each of his last 3 Champions League matches (2 goals, 1 assist). The Manchester City winger (20 years old) is the 2nd youngest player to score in the 2 matches of a quarter-final in the competition behind Kylian Mbappé who had succeeded against… Dortmund in 2017 (18 years old).
- Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva has been involved in 3 goals in his last 4 Champions League matches (1 goal, 2 assists) after not being decisive in any of his previous 8.
- Pep Guardiola has reached the semi-finals of the Champions League for the 8th time since his coaching debut (4 times with Barcelona, 3 times with Bayern Munich and 1 time with Manchester City), only José Mourinho has done as well in the competition.