Shakhtar Donetsk

form

All
OLK 0 - 1 SHD
W
AHR 1 - 0 SHD
L
SHD 0 - 1 ZOR
L
SHD 1 - 0 MTA
W
SHD 2 - 0 RKV
W
MTA 0 - 2 SHD
W
KOL 0 - 0 SHD
D
SHD 2 - 0 BOR
W
SHD 0 - 1 SLO
L
CZV 0 - 0 SHD
D
Real Madrid

form

All
RMA 1 - 1 RSO
D
ATA 0 - 1 RMA
W
VLD 0 - 1 RMA
W
RMA 2 - 0 VAL
W
RMA 2 - 0 GET
W
HUE 1 - 2 RMA
W
RMA 1 - 2 LEV
L
ALA 1 - 4 RMA
W
ALC 2 - 1 RMA
L
RMA 1 - 2 ATH
L
Head to Head
4 Matches (0 Draws)
2 Total wins 2
1 Home wins 1
1 Away wins 1
Last 5 Matches
2 Wins
0 Draw
2 Wins
SHD 2 - 0 RMA
RMA 2 - 3 SHD
SHD 3 - 4 RMA
RMA 4 - 0 SHD
8 Goals Scored 10
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 4
Both Teams Scored 2 / 4
Team Comparison
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. After losing their two meetings in the UEFA Champions League group stage in 2015-16, Shakhtar Donetsk won their most recent game against Real Madrid – 3-2 away from home on MD1 this season.
  2. This will be Real Madrid’s second away trip to face Shakhtar Donetsk in the UEFA Champions League, having previously won 4-3 there back in November 2015, under Rafael Benítez.
  3. The previous three games between Shakhtar Donetsk and Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League have seen a total of 16 goals scored, at an average of 5.3 per game.
  4. Real Madrid have only lost one of their previous seven away games against Ukrainian opponents in European competition (W2 D4), going unbeaten in the four such games since a 2-0 defeat to Dynamo Kiev in March 1999.
  5. Since beating Real Madrid on MD1, Shakhtar Donetsk have won none of their three games in the UEFA Champions League, drawing one and losing two and failing to score in all three games while shipping 10 goals.
  6. A win for Real Madrid will ensure they qualify for the UEFA Champions League knockout stages for a 24th consecutive season, a competition record.
  7. Since scoring the third goal in their win against Real Madrid on MD1 (3-2), Shakhtar Donetsk have failed to score with each of their last 23 shots in the UEFA Champions League. Indeed, only six of these 23 attempts have been recorded on target.
  8. Shakhtar have lost their last two UEFA Champions League matches by 4+ goals without scoring – the only sides to lose three in a row in this manner are Malmö FF in 2015/16 and Crvena Zvedza in 2019/20.
  9. Against Internazionale, Real Madrid’s Toni Kroos completed 128 passes, the most by a Madrid player in a UEFA Champions League game since Kroos himself completed 134 against Malmö FF in September 2015 and the most by a player against Inter since Xavi in April 2010 for Barcelona (142).
  10. Eden Hazard ended a run of 11 UEFA Champions League appearances without a goal, scoring Real Madrid’s opening goal against Inter on MD4 from the penalty spot. Among players with more than five goals in the competition, only Timo Werner (6/10, 60%) has scored a higher percentage from penalties than the Belgian (5/9, 56%).
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