They had more shots (13-12), possession (57%) and a 90% pass completion rate. But Borussia missed out on a sixth successive home win in the UEFA Champions League as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Lazio. Here are the match facts.

Through: BVB reached the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League for the 11th time in 15 participations in Europe's elite club competition.

Head-to-head: Are Serie A clubs to be feared? Perhaps that was once the case, but BVB have won three of their last five home games against Italian opponents. Today they drew, while there was also one defeat during that run.

Defence breached: BVB conceded a goal in the Champions League for the first time in 351 minutes. Their longest stretch without conceding was 463 minutes between 2 April and 4 November 2014.

On target: Raphael Guerreiro scored his seventh goal in the UEFA Champions League – in 29 matches. A remarkable record for a defender.

In action: Mateu Morey made the starting XI for the first time this season. It was his fifth appearance in 2020/21. (br)