Mats Hummels improved on a six-year-old personal best in the opening game of the UEFA Champions League campaign. BVB recorded 14 shots on FC Barcelona's goal, but Marc-André ter Stegen was equal to all of them. Here are the match facts.

Penalty specialist: Marco Reus admitted to taking a "poorly struck penalty", but it is by no means easy to get the better of Marc-André ter Stegen from the spot. The FC Barcelona custodian has now saved four penalties in the UEFA Champions League and only been beaten from the spot twice in the competition.

One-way traffic: BVB recorded 14 shots on goal. Barcelona did have 61 percent possession, but they only had six shots in total and only one of them was on target.

Tough tacklers: The Black & Yellows won 54 percent of the one-on-one challenges. Both teams had a high pass completion rate: 86 percent for Dortmund, 88 percent for Barcelona.

Sharp shooter: Four of Marco Reus' seven shots were on target (compared to Barcelona's one all game); that means the captain accounted for seven of Dortmund's 14 shots.

Personal best: Mats Hummels not only won 100 percent of his challenges (4/4), he also made 10 clearances. That beats his previous personal best (eight), which he set in the 2013 Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid.

Scoring run over: In his ninth competitive game of the season for club and country, Paco Alcácer failed to score for the first time. (br)