Ronaldo Records 41 and 178, Messi Records 7 and 27 – Soccer Sports

Lionel Messi Scored on Tuesday, Cristiano Ronaldo Scored on Wednesday.Your regulars UEFA Champions League Well then, Matchday.But they weren’t the biggest story-say hello Sheriff Tiraspol For that, the world.Moldova Champion Wins real Madrid Crossing the border at Santiago Bernabeu, Benfica Hit aside Barcelona.. in the meantime, PSG beat Manchester city When Manchester United beat Villarreal When two of them appear on the score sheet Juventus beat Chelsea, When Liverpool damaged Porto.. Ah, Atletico Madrid It was narrowed down after 10 people AC Milan..

Then a few days are a lot of fun. ByTheNumbers is here to provide you with the best statistics from across the competition.


Barcelona lost the first two games for the second time in a European campaign (in history). The first was a tie in the first round of the UEFA Cup with FC Porto in 1972-73 (of course they were eliminated).

What’s even worse? They are the only side of CL who haven’t achieved their goals yet this season.


Sheriff Tiraspol is the first team ever since Leicester city I won the first two games in CL in 2016/17. They are also the fourth team to win the first away match against Real Madrid in the Europa League / CL, following Juventus in 1962. Arsenal Liverpool in 2006 and 2009.


I may have lost Karim Benzema With only one goal, he defeated Raul with the fourth most goal in UCL history. He currently has 72 goals.The top three are-Cristiano Ronaldo (136), Lionel Messi (121), and Robert Lewandowski (77).


Ajax Sebastien Haller Scored 5 points at UCL. In the first two appearances in the competition, the number of players was the highest ever.


According to Opta, Chelsea have attempted 16 goals against Juventus. This is the most common UCL away game without scoring since we started recording this data in 2003-04.


Liverpool remain undefeated against FC Porto in nine meetings at all competitions (W6 D3). In the history of the club, I have played more often without losing, only against Scunthorpe United and Walsall (11 each).


Only two people, Karim Benzema and Lionel Messi, scored in 17 different CL campaigns. Both scored the first goal of Tuesday’s 17th campaign.


Robert Lewandowski is the first player in UCL history to win 18 consecutive appearances.


Mohamed Salah Following Didier Drogba (44) and Samuel Eto’o (30), he became the third African player to score more than 30 goals at UCL.


Another from Opta- Federico Chiesa The winner of the Juventus match, which entered the second half of the match against Chelsea in just 10 seconds, is the earliest second-half goal recorded in the UCL since 2003-04.


Luis Suarez A 90’+ 7 penalty against AC Milan is the goal of winning the latest match scored in regulation time in UCL history. Suarez also scored away goals on UCL for the first time in 2409 minutes (25 games). It was also in Italy that he finally scored an away UCL goal. Rome September 2015.


Lewandowski has scored 119 points in the last 100 games in Bayern Munich. Let’s sink those numbers for a moment. If you can do that, how about this? He also has six goals more than any other player in Europe’s top five leagues in all 2021 competitions (41).

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They rarely played every game (in each game), but came up with a product when it really matters. So is their will.


Ronaldo (3, level) in UCL history Sergio Aguero).


No player has scored any more UCL goals against the team managed by Josep Guardiola (7-2). Bayern Munich, 5) against Manchester or Guardiola (43; next closest, Thomas Müller, 20) From Messi.


Ronaldo currently has 12 career goals in the Champions League since 90 minutes (including overtime), doubling more than any other player in the history of the tournament. Messi is (of course) the second most common at 6.


Messi scored 27 goals in 35 games against the UEFA Champions League England team. 15 more than any other player in the competition (the next closest Ronaldo has 12).


At 36 years and 236 days, Ronaldo is the third oldest player in UCL history to have a winning goal in the game. (After Leonardo and Ryan Giggs)


This was Ronaldo’s 41st career game winner at UCL and the most in competition history. Messi (anyone else) is the second most common at 38.


Ronaldo made his 178th UEFA Champions League appearance, overtaking Iker Casillas as the most played player in the history of the tournament.

(Statistics provided by: ESPN’s Statistics and Information Group)

– Soccer Sports

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