Picture : Ciro Immobile and Lazio Rom 24 years later !

Statistics on Champions’ League R16 games (February 13-14)

*Manchester City (3-1 away win vs Copenhagen) keep a very rare run of scoring strictly 3 goals in each games in this UCL season (7 games already).
No team in all Champions League history before managed to score 3+ goals in so many consecutive matches.

*All the last 20 goals scored by two Manchester City stars who found the net vs Copenhagen, Bernardo Silva and Kevin de Bruyne in the Champions League have scored in exclusively knockout rounds: 9 in R16, 5 in the quarterfinals and 6 in the semifinals.

*Real Madrid (1-0 away win vs Leipzig) are experienced their 2nd longest winning streak in the European Cup/Champions League (7 wins in a row).
It only concedes to the 10-game winning streak between April 2014 and February 2015, which was also achieved under Carlo Ancelotti.

*A sharp change in the statistics of Real Madrid on German soil in European Cup/Champions League: previously helpless (1 victory, 5 draws, 15 defeats in first 21 games visiting German teams until 2013), Los Blancos suddenly turned into a threat to them (8 wins, 2 draws, 3 losses in last 13 games as away team).

*Vinícius has played his 50th UCL game with Real Madrid. He became the 2nd youngest player in the club history (23 years 216 days) to reach this mark, only behind Iker Casillas (22 years 155 days).
The third is Raúl (23 years 252 days).

*In the game PSG vs Real Socidedad (2-0), Kylian Mbappé has scored at his 10th consecutive UCL home start. No other player in Champions League history has such a streak.

*Lazio have won (1-0 vs Bayern) a match in UCL knockout stage for just the second time in their history (after 1-0 win vs Valencia in 2000).

*The last Italian team to defeat Bayern in any European competition was Inter in 2011.

*It was just 2nd Bayern's Champions League match in the last 20 years without a single shot on goal, after 0-3 vs Barcelona on 6 May 2015.

*Thomas Müller (Bayern) became the 7th player to reach 150 appearances in the European Cup/Champions League, after Cristiano Ronaldo (187), Iker Casillas (181), Leo Messi (163), Xavi (157), Karim Benzema (152) and Ryan Giggs (151).