Real Madrid take on neighbours Atletico in the UCL final at the San Siro stadium in Milan on Saturday, 28 May at 8:45pm Central European local time. That is the first fact.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored by far the most goals in the competition this season. He has 16 goals. In second position there’s Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski with nine goals, followed by Luis Suarez and Thomas Muller both with eight goals.
Antoine Griezmann is Atletico Madrid’s top goal scorer in the Champions League with seven goals this season.
Three players share the top assist maker statistic all with five: Kingsley Coman (Bayern Munich), Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal) and Neymar (Barcelona).
Cristiano Ronaldo has four assists and is the only player with a realistic chance of equaling or overtaking the trio in the final.
Ronaldo has also had the most attempts at goal than any other player, with 37. Lewandowski has 24 in second spot and then Griezmann with 22.
Lio Messi’s 14 shots off target have been costly in failing to reach his mark.
The player who committed the most fouls is Manchester City’s Fernandinho with 36. Real Madrid’s Casemiro is third with 22 fouls.
Four players equal the most yellow cards with five a piece: Olivier Giroud, Javi Garcia, Santiago Arias and David Luiz.
No player has received more than a single red card this time.
No team has been undefeated, with Real Madrid and Barcelona only losing once. Atletico has already lost three times.
Thiago Motta, Toni Kroos, David Alaba, and Xabi Alonso have been the most accurate passers of the ball.
Cristiano Ronaldo leads the all-time scoring chart with 94 goals, and Messi is second with 83, followed by Raul with 71.
Real Madrid’s won the most UCL titles at 10 trophies, followed by AC Milan with 7, then in third position there’s three teams: Barcelona, Liverpool and Bayern Munich with five titles each.
Barcelona’s the reigning champions, having beaten Juventus 3-1 in last season’s final.