• 8 Apr 2014, Kick Off 7:45pm
  • Ref: Damir Skomina
  • Competition: Champions League
  • Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund
Borussia Dortmund
2
0
Real Madrid
37' Marco Reus
24' Marco Reus
 
Result
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    • 1Weidenfeller
    • 26Piszczek
    • 2Friedrich
    • 15Hummels
    • 37Durm
    • 21Kirch
    • 19Großkreutz
    • 14Jojic
    • 10Mkhitaryan
    • 11Reus
    • 9Lewandowski
    • 1Casillas
    • 15Carvajal
    • 3Pepe
    • 4Ramos
    • 5Fábio Coentrão
    • 24Illarramendi
    • 14Alonso
    • 19Modric
    • 22Di María
    • 9Benzema
    • 11Bale
    • 17Aubameyang
    • 23Schieber
    • 20Langerak
    • 7Hofmann
    • 34Ducksch
    • 18Sahin
    • 25Sokratis

    Borussia Dortmund

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-1-4-1
    • 1 R. Weidenfeller
    • 26 L. Piszczek (Aubameyang '81)
    • 2 M. Friedrich
    • 15 M. Hummels
    • 37 E. Durm
    • 21 O. Kirch
    • 19 K. Großkreutz
    • 14 M. Jojic
    • 10 H. Mkhitaryan
    • 11 M. Reus
    • 9 R. Lewandowski

    Real Madrid

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-3-3
    • 1 I. Casillas
    • 15 D. Carvajal
    • 3 K. Lima Ferreira
    • 4 S. Ramos
    • 5 F. da Silva Coentrão
    • 24 A. Illarramendi (Alarcón Suárez '45)
    • 14 X. Alonso
    • 19 L. Modric
    • 22 . Di María (Francisco Venâncio '73)
    • 9 K. Benzema (Varane '92)
    • 11 G. Bale
    Substitutes
    • 17 P. Aubameyang
    • 23 J. Schieber
    • 20 M. Langerak
    • 7 J. Hofmann
    • 34 M. Ducksch
    • 18 N. Sahin
    • 25 S. Papastathopoulos
    Substitutes
    • 16 C. Francisco Venâncio
    • 23 F. Alarcón Suárez
    • 18 J. Fernández Iglesias
    • 21 . Morata
    • 2 R. Varane
    • 7 C. Ronaldo
    • 25 D. López
    • 2 Goals 0
    • 2 First Half Goals 0
    • 6 Shots On Target 5
    • 4 Shots Off Target 5
    • 2 Hit Woodwork 0
    • 3 Yellow Cards 5
    • 10 Fouls 10
    • 1 Penalties Conceded 0
    • 1 Offsides 0
    • 2 Hand Balls 0
    • 50.8 Possession % 49.2
    • 541 Total Passes 537
    • 449 Accurate Passes 440
    • 18 Crosses 6
    • 5 Accurate Crosses 1
    • 4 Corners 2
    • 24 Tackles Won 19
    • 26 Total Tackles 24
    • 0 Blocks 2
    • 2 Blocked Scoring Attempts 0
    • 20 Interceptions 17
    • 24 Clearances 28
    • 24 Effective Clearances 28
    • 13 Headed Clearances 17
    • 5 Keeper Saves 4
    • 1 Penalty Saves 0
    • 7 Keeper Throws 5
    • 7 Accurate Keeper Throws 5
    • 8 Goal Kicks 7
    • 4 Accurate Goal Kicks 4

    Borussia Dortmund vs Real Madrid

    Real Madrid come in to this match on the back of a 10-game unbeaten run in the Champions League (W9 D1). The last CL game they lost was the SF first leg in Dortmund last April.

    Real Madrid have won their last five Champions League games; the longest current run in the competition.

    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 34 successive CL matches since.

    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.

    Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 14 goals in the Champions League this season (in eight games), equalling the record over a single European Cup/CL campaign alongside José Altafini (14 goals with AC Milan in 1962/63) and Lionel Messi (14 with Barcelona in 2011/12). Ronaldo has scored 49 goals and assisted 11 more in 48 Champions League appearances for Real Madrid.

    Ronaldo has attempted the most shots at goal (44) and on target (30) 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).

    Gareth Bale has had a hand in six of Real Madrid’s goals in their last three Champions League matches (three goals, three assists).

    Dortmund have lost four of their last five Champions League games in the knockout stages (W1 D0 L4).

    Isco has scored three goals and delivered one assist in five starts with Real Madrid in the Champions League this season.

    Real Madrid have reached the semi-finals of the Champions League in each of the last three seasons but haven’t been to the final since 2002.