Here are the facts from a compelling night in Berlin.
- Juventus’ starting XI for the final had an average age of 30y 156d, meaning the eight oldest starting XI’s in the 2014-15 Champions League were all by the Italian champions.
- Only AC Milan in 2007 (31y 34d) have named an older starting XI in a Champions League final.
- Ivan Rakitic’s strike was the third quickest goal in a Champions League final. The only two that were quicker were Paolo Maldini (AC Milan v Liverpool in 2005 – first minute) and Gaizka Mendieta (Valencia v Bayern in 2001 – third minute).
- Rakitic's goal was the first Barcelona goal from open play without a Lionel Messi, Luis Suárez or Neymar goal/assist since February 28th, 2015.
- Andres Iniesta became the first player to assist a goal in three different Champions League finals (2009, 2011 & 2015).
- Alvaro Morata has scored in five of his last seven Champions League appearances for Juventus.
- Morata is only the second player in Champions League history to score in both legs of the semi-final, as well as in the final. Arjen Robben in 2012-13 for Bayern Munich is the other.
- Suarez scored his 25th goal of the season (all comps); including seven in 10 Champions League games for Barcelona in 2014-15.
- Neymar’s injury-time goal meant that for the first time in a single Champions League campaign, a team has two players with 10+ goals (Neymar and Messi for Barcelona).
- The attacking trio of Messi-Suarez-Neymar has now scored 122 goals in 2014-15.
- Xavi came on to make his 151st Champions League appearance – more than any other player in the competition.
- Barcelona won their fifth European Cup/Champions League title – only Milan (seven) and Real Madrid (10) have won more.
- Juventus have now lost more European Cup/Champions League finals than any other team (six).
- This is the first time since 1990 that a nation has seen a club side win the European Cup/Champions League in successive years (Real Madrid in 2013-14, Barcelona in 2014-15). The last time this happened, Italian side AC Milan won it in 1988-89 and 1989-90.
- This was the fifth successive Champions League final that both sides have scored in.
- The Bianconeri have lost their last four Champions League finals, after winning on penalties against Ajax in 1995/96.
- Barca have won the last four finals they’ve played in the Champions League - the last final they lost was against AC Milan in 1993/94.
- Barcelona became only the eighth side to win a treble (league, domestic cup and EC/CL) and the first club to do this on two occasions after their success in 2008-09.
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