After losing 2-3 and 1-3 against AS Monaco, Borussia Dortmund are out of the UEFA Champions League. Here follow the facts about the game.
Round Number: Borussia Dortmund played their 100th Champions League game against Monaco in the history of the club; it was their 238th European match altogether. (Record: 120 wins, 45 draws, 73 losses).
Goal Threat: Marco Reus scored his 26th European Cup goal for BVB. This season he has been involved in 14 goals across all competitions (nine goals, five assists) – that means he has been involved in a goal every 84 minutes!
No Overturn: BVB have never progressed after having lost the first leg at home. The tie against Monaco was the fifth time this has happened.
Ahead in Three: BVB are ahead in three statistics after 120 of 125 matches played in the competition: Eight goals in a single game (the 8-4 against Warsaw), 15 shots on goal in a single game as well as being offside nine times during one match.
End Station: In knockout ties with clubs from Ligue 1, BVB have progressed four times from six: 1964 against Bordeaux, 1993 and 1997 against Auxerre, 2002 against Lille. This is the Black and Yellows' second elimination by a French team in the competition, the first having been against Sochaux in 2003.
Forward March: Monaco have triumphed in all 13 of their duels in UEFA competitions when the first leg was won away from home. (br)