Real Madrid come in to this match on the back of a nine game unbeaten run in the Champions League (W8 D1). The last CL game they lost was the SF first leg in Dortmund last April.
It’s been nearly three years since Real Madrid failed to score in a Champions League game (27/04/2011 v Barcelona) and they have scored in 33 successive CL matches.
Dortmund have lost only one of their last five Champions League meetings with Real Madrid (W2 D2 L1), but this defeat was away in the Bernabeu last season (0-2).
Dortmund have won their last three Champions League quarter final ties, including a victory over Spanish side Malaga last season (3-2 on aggregate).
Robert Lewandowski has scored five goals in his last four Champions League appearances against Real Madrid; more often than against any other opponent.
Polish striker Lewandowski has scored or assisted 20 (50%) of Borussia Dortmund’s 40 goals in the Champions League since the start of last season.
Of sides left in the competition, Real Madrid have let their opponents have the most shots on target (41).
Cristiano Ronaldo has already netted more goals this season (13) than ever before in a single CL campaign. The record for goals within a single CL campaign is 14 by Lionel Messi in 2011-12 (excl. qualifiers).
Ronaldo has scored 48 goals and assisted 11 more in 47 Champions League appearances for Real Madrid.
Ronaldo has attempted the most shots at goal (41) and on target (27) in the Champions League this season.
No player has more assists in the Champions League this season than Real Madrid duo Karim Benzema and Angel Di Maria (5).