After Liverpool stylishly progressed to the Champions League quarter-finals by beating Bayern Munich 3-1, we picked out 10 top stats to emerge from the victory at the Allianz Arena.
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Since the start of last season, no player has provided more Champions League assists than James Milner’s 10.
Sadio Mane has now scored seven away goals in the Champions League for Liverpool – more than any other player for the club in the history of the competition (including the European Cup).
Mane has scored 69 per cent of his Champions League goals in the knockout stages of the competition (9/13). Of players with at least 10 goals, only Ivica Olic (7/10 – 70 per cent) has a higher such percentage in Champions League history.
The Senegal international’s brace at the Allianz Arena made it 10 goals in his last 10 Liverpool appearances.
The Reds are now unbeaten in their last eight matches played in the Round of 16 of this competition, winning six and drawing two, with only one goal conceded.
Liverpool have won their last four European ties after playing the first leg at home, the victory over Bayern following Champions League wins against Manchester City and AS Roma last season and Europa League success over Manchester United in 2016.
Jürgen Klopp has a 100 per cent record in two-legged European ties as Liverpool manager, this his ninth success. In his overall managerial career, he has won 16 out of 20.
The Reds have found the net at least twice in 15 of their last 23 European fixtures.
Virgil van Dijk scored his first ever Champions League goal on his 19th appearance in the competition.
The centre-back became the first Liverpool player to both score and assist in an away Champions League knockout match since Craig Bellamy against FC Barcelona in February 2007.