Rishabh Ghai shares some important notes ahead of the all important Champions League final at Wembley tonight...
0- Is the number of players who have scored 4 goals in a Champions League semi final prior to Robert Lewandowski .
1- This is the first all German final in the history of the Champions League.
2- This is only the second time that Borussia Dortmund have reached the finals of the Champions League. The first time they reached was in 1997 which they eventually went on to win.
2- These are these only two German teams to have won the Champions League.
3- Is the number of Champions League finals Bayern have lost on the last four occasions.
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4- Bayern are undefeated in 4 competitive games against Dortmund in this season.
5- Bayern are only the fifth team in the Champions League history not to have conceded any goal in any of their quarters or semi-final matches.
6- In the previous six European finals at Wembley (old and new both), three involved an English side and three did not.
6- Six European teams have won the treble. This included Ajax (1972), PSV Eindhoven (1988), Manchester United (1999), Barcelona (2009) and Inter Milan (2010). Bayern could be the seventh should they win the Champions League and the DFB Pokal Cup.
|"Bayern are looking to become just the seventh team to have won the treble,"|
7 - This is the aggregate scoreline difference by which Bayern Munich defeated Barcelona in the semi-final. This was the heaviest margin of victory in a Champions League Semi-final.
10- Ten is the number of goals scored by the Polish international Robert Lewandowski, making him the highest goal scorer amongst the two teams involved in the final.
36- These are the total number of German players involving both the squads. Bayern have 14 and Dortmund have 22.
39- These are the number of interceptions made by Javi Martinez in this season’s Champions League, most by any player.
43- This is the number of tackles made by Bastian Schweinsteiger in this season’s Champions League.
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45- Borussia Dortmund manager, Jurgen Klopp is just 45 years of age, making him one of the youngest managers to take part in a Champions League final.
68- Jupp Heynckes, who is 68 years old, has made it to his second final being incharge of Bayern Munich.
103 - Is the metres per minute Dortmund's most immobile outfield player, Felipe Santana runs
133- This is the most number of clearances made by many defender in this season of the Champions League. It was made by Neven Subotic of Borussia Dortmund.
80,000- The average number of crowd turnout in the Dortmund home games this season making it the most supported team in this season’s Champions League.
|"With an average crowd of 80,000, Borussia Dortmund are the most supported team in this season's Champions League,"
90,000- The New Wembley stadium, the scene of the final, can seat upto 90,000 football fans.
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