The 263rd European match in Borussia Dortmund's history saw them lose to a club from Italy's Serie A for the 19th time. Here we bring you the facts for a game that certainly won't be granted a page in the BVB history books...

Haaland's run: Erling Haaland took his Champions League goal tally to 11 in nine matches. It was his third goal in three UCL games for BVB.

Debut duo: Dominik Wanner, 21, made the senior squad for the first time, while Ansgar Knauff, 18, made the Champions League squad for the first time.

Defeat: This was BVB's 61st away match in the UEFA Champions League. On the road they have suffered 26 defeats, won 22 times and been held to a stalemate on 13 occasions.

Negative head-to-head: Borussia suffered their 19th defeat in 36 meetings with Italian clubs (there have also been five draws and 12 wins).

Winless in Rome: BVB could not end their winless run in the Italian capital at the third attempt. But they have always won the return fixture, beating AS Roma 2-0 in 1993 and Lazio by the same scoreline in 1995. The two teams go head to head in Dortmund on 2 December... (br)