It was an historic evening of football at Signal Iduna Park. In their 13th season in the UEFA Champions League, BVB won a game in which they had trailed 2-0 for the first time. But the come-from-behind victory was by no means a European first for the Black & Yellows. Here are the match facts.


Match data: BVB dominated the stats with more shots (21-9) and possession (61%), while the tackle win rate was almost even (49-51%); 89% of Dortmund's passes reached a team-mate.

Sustained pressure: The shot statistics were even more one-sided in the second half (14-2). Between the 40th and 90th minutes, BVB didn't allow Inter a shot at goal.

Goal-getter: Four of BVB's five goals in the first four rounds of matches have been scored by Achraf Hakimi.

Comeback: For the first time ever in a European group or knockout game, BVB fought back from 2-0 down to claim a victory. However, they did once come from 3-0 down to win 4-3 – in a Europa League qualifier against Odds BK in August 2015.

Strong home form: BVB have lost only one of their last six home games in Europe's elite club competition. There have been three wins and two draws in that time. (br)