Champions League Opta Facts 26-27 April
o Manchester City and Real Madrid's only previous competitive encounter was in the 2012/13 Champions League group stages. The Merengues won 3-2 at the Bernabéu before a 1-1 draw at the Etihad.
o Real Madrid are unbeaten in their last eight games against English sides in the Champions League (W6 D2). The last English team to knock Real out in the competition were Liverpool in 2008/09 (5-0 on aggregate in the Last 16).
o For the sixth time in a row since last season, Real Madrid will play the first-leg of a Champions League knockout tie away from home.
o Manchester City have reached the semi-finals of the Champions League for the first time in their history. They have only won one of their four home games in the knockout stages, against PSG in this season's quarter-finals (D1 L2).
o Manchester City have kept a clean sheet in each of their last two Champions League games at the Etihad (v Dynamo Kiev & Paris SG). They had only kept one clean sheet in their previous 17 home games in the competition.
o Manchester City have only kept one clean sheet in their 10 Champions League games against Spanish opposition, a 3-0 away win against Villarreal in November 2011.
o Six of Manchester City's last nine shots on target in the Champions League have found the back of the net.
o Manchester City have scored more goals in the final 15 minutes than any other team in the Champions League this season (7).
o Manchester City are the only team left in the semi-finals who have averaged under 50% possession in the Champions League this season (48.6%).
o Real Madrid have reached the semi-finals of the Champions League in each of the last six seasons, the longest current run. It's also their 27th appearance in the final four of the Champions League/European Cup, more than any other team.
o Real Madrid have won only one of their last four away games in the Champions League knockout stages (D1 L2), that was against Roma in this season's Last 16.
o Real Madrid have kept more clean sheets than any other team in this season's Champions League (8 in 10 games). They've also won more games than any other team in this campaign (8).
o Cristiano Ronaldo has scored/assisted 77% of Real Madrid's goals in this season's competition (20 out of 26). He's only goal away from the Champions League record for most goals in a Champions League campaign, a record he currently holds (17 in 2013/14).
o Ronaldo has also scored exactly twice as many goals (16 to 8) and had exactly twice as many shots (82 to 41) as any other player in this season's tournament.
o Karim Benzema has scored in each of his two Champions League games against Manchester City. However, he's failed to find the net in his last three Champions League games, his longest drought in the competition since October-December 2013.
o Since 2012/13, no player has completed as many passes in the Champions League as Toni Kroos (2927).
o Sergio Agüero has failed to score in his last three Champions League games, his longest drought in the competition since his run of five games without a goal between November 2011 and October 2012.
o In fact, Agüero hasn't had a shot on target in the Champions League for 342 minutes. His last one was his goal against Dynamo Kiev in February.
o Fernandinho has committed 32 fouls in this season's Champions League, that's 10 more than any other player this season (Casemiro 22).
Atlético Madrid - Bayern Munich
o Atlético Madrid and Bayern Munich's only previous competitive encounter was in the 1974 European Cup final. The Bavarians were victorious 4-0 in a replay after the teams played out a 1-1 draw (after extra-time) in the initial final.
o Atlético Madrid have always progressed in their last six home/away knockout encounters with German sides in European competition. Dynamo Dresden were the last German team to eliminate them, back in the 1979/80 UEFA Cup first round.
o Atlético Madrid have reached the semi-finals of the Champions League/European Cup for the fifth time. Meanwhile, it's Bayern's 18th appearance in the final four of the competition, only Real Madrid can boast more (27).
o Bayern Munich, the top attacking side in this Champions League campaign (28 goals), have scored exactly twice as many goals as Atlético (14) in the 2015/16 edition.
o Bayern Munich have also completed 2392 more passes than Atlético in this season's competition, the biggest differential in these semi-finals.
o Atlético have won only one of their last six Champions League games in the knockout stages (D3 L2), their last outing against Barcelona (2-0).
o However, Atlético have won 12 of their 16 Champions League games at the Calderón under Diego Simeone (D3 L1).
o Atlético have kept a clean sheet in 13 of their last 15 Champions League matches at the Calderón. Benfica's Gonçalo Guedes is the last player to score past Jan Oblak at Atlético's ground, that was 429 minutes ago.
o Of the four semi-finalists, Atlético are the only side yet to score from outside the box in this season's Champions League.
o Bayern Munich have made it to the Champions League semi-finals in six of the last seven seasons. However, they have been knocked out at this stage by a Spanish team in each of the last two campaigns (Real Madrid in 2013/14, Barcelona in 2014/15).
o Bayern Munich were the winners the last time the Champions League final was held in Milan, back in 2001 (1-1 a.e.t., 5-4 on pens v Valencia).
o Bayern Munich are winless in their last seven away games in the Champions League knockout stages (D4 L3).
o Pep Guardiola has reached the semi-finals in each of his seven seasons as manager in the Champions League but has been knocked out at this stage in each of the last three campaigns. The last time he made it to the final was in 2010/11 with Barcelona (3-1 v Manchester Utd).
o Thomas Müller has scored 15 goals in his last 17 Champions League starts.
o Robert Lewandowski has failed to score in seven of his last eight Champions League games outside the Allianz Arena.
o If David Alaba plays this game, it will be his 50th appearance in the Champions league, more than any other Austrian player.
o Antoine Griezmann has scored six goals in the Champions League this season (3 braces). He's directly involved in 50% of Atlético's goals in the competition this season, that's seven out of 14 (6 goals, 1 assist).
o Diego Godín has made more interceptions (32) and defensive clearances (59) than any other defender in this season's Champions League.