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UEFA Champions League: Juventus - Olympique Lyonnais Match press kits

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JuventusJuventus (First leg: 0-1) Juventus Stadium - TurinTuesday 17 March 2020
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Round of 16, Second leg
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Previous meetings Only this chapter

Head to Head

UEFA Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
26/02/2020R16Olympique Lyonnais - Juventus1-0
DecinesTousart 31
UEFA Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
02/11/2016GSJuventus - Olympique Lyonnais1-1TurinHiguaín 13 (P); Tolisso 85
18/10/2016GSOlympique Lyonnais - Juventus0-1
DecinesCuadrado 76
UEFA Europa League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
10/04/2014QFJuventus - Olympique Lyonnais2-1
agg: 3-1
TurinPirlo 4, Umtiti 68 (og); Briand 18
03/04/2014QFOlympique Lyonnais - Juventus0-1
LyonBonucci 85
HomeAwayFinalTotal
PldWDLPldWDLPldWDLPldWDLGFGA
Juventus211032010000531153
Olympique Lyonnais310220110000511335

Juventus - Record versus clubs from opponents' country

UEFA Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
09/05/2017SFJuventus - AS Monaco FC2-1
agg: 4-1
TurinMandžukić 33, Dani Alves 44; Mbappé 69
03/05/2017SFAS Monaco FC - Juventus0-2
MonacoHiguaín 29, 59
UEFA Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
22/04/2015QFAS Monaco FC - Juventus0-0
agg: 0-1
Monaco
14/04/2015QFJuventus - AS Monaco FC1-0
TurinVidal 57 (P)
UEFA Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
25/11/2009GSFC Girondins de Bordeaux - Juventus2-0
BordeauxFernando 54, Chamakh 90+4
15/09/2009GSJuventus - FC Girondins de Bordeaux1-1TurinIaquinta 63; Plašil 75
UEFA Intertoto Cup
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
24/08/1999FStade Rennais FC - Juventus2-2
agg: 2-4
RennesDiouf 19, Nonda 89; Conte 29, Zambrotta 73
10/08/1999FJuventus - Stade Rennais FC2-0
CesenaF. Inzaghi 31, 63
UEFA Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
15/04/1998SFAS Monaco FC - Juventus3-2
agg: 4-6
MonacoLéonard 38, Henry 50, Spehar 83; Amoruso 15, Del Piero 74
01/04/1998SFJuventus - AS Monaco FC4-1
TurinDel Piero 35, 45 (P), 62 (P), Zidane 87; Costinha 42
UEFA Super Cup
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
05/02/1997FJuventus - Paris Saint-Germain3-1
agg: 9-2
PalermoDel Piero 36, 70, Vieri 90; Raí 63
15/01/1997FParis Saint-Germain - Juventus1-6
ParisRaí 52 (P); Porrini 4, Padovano 22, 40, Ferrara 33, Lombardo 83, Amoruso 88
UEFA Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
17/04/1996SFFC Nantes - Juventus3-2
agg: 3-4
NantesCapron 44, N'Doram 69, Renou 82; Vialli 17, Paulo Sousa 50
03/04/1996SFJuventus - FC Nantes 2-0
TurinVialli 49, Jugović 66
UEFA Cup
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
22/04/1993SFParis Saint-Germain - Juventus0-1
agg: 1-3
ParisR. Baggio 77
06/04/1993SFJuventus - Paris Saint-Germain2-1
TurinR. Baggio 55, 88; Weah 22
UEFA Cup
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
01/11/1989R2Juventus - Paris Saint-Germain2-1
agg: 3-1
TurinGalia 26, De Agostini 82; Bravo 29
18/10/1989R2Paris Saint-Germain - Juventus0-1
ParisBarros 65
European Champions Clubs' Cup
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
24/04/1985SFFC Girondins de Bordeaux - Juventus2-0
agg: 2-3
BordeauxD. Müller 25, Battiston 80
10/04/1985SFJuventus - FC Girondins de Bordeaux3-0
TurinBoniek 27, Briaschi 60, Platini 62
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
02/11/1983R2Juventus - Paris Saint-Germain0-0
agg: 2-2 ag
Turin
19/10/1983R2Paris Saint-Germain - Juventus2-2ParisCouriol 39, N'Gom 90; Boniek 62, Cabrini 77
European Champions Clubs' Cup
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
27/09/1972R1Juventus - Olympique de Marseille3-0
agg: 3-1
TurinBettega 4, 37, Haller 44
13/09/1972R1Olympique de Marseille - Juventus1-0
LyonBonnel 52

Olympique Lyonnais - Record versus clubs from opponents' country

UEFA Europa League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
07/12/2017GSAtalanta BC - Olympique Lyonnais1-0
Reggio EmiliaPetagna 10
28/09/2017GSOlympique Lyonnais - Atalanta BC1-1DecinesTraoré 45; Gómez 57
UEFA Europa League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
16/03/2017R16AS Roma - Olympique Lyonnais2-1
agg: 4-5
RomeStrootman 17, Tousart 60 (og); Diakhaby 16
09/03/2017R16Olympique Lyonnais - AS Roma4-2
DecinesDiakhaby 8, Tolisso 47, Fekir 74, Lacazette 90+2; Salah 20, Fazio 33
UEFA Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
24/11/2009GSACF Fiorentina - Olympique Lyonnais1-0
FlorenceVargas 28 (P)
16/09/2009GSOlympique Lyonnais - ACF Fiorentina1-0
LyonPjanić 76
UEFA Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
25/11/2008GSACF Fiorentina - Olympique Lyonnais1-2
FlorenceGilardino 45; Makoun 15, Benzema 27
17/09/2008GSOlympique Lyonnais - ACF Fiorentina2-2LyonPiquionne 73, Benzema 86; Gilardino 12, 42
UEFA Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
06/03/2007R16Olympique Lyonnais - AS Roma0-2
agg: 0-2
LyonTotti 22, Mancini 44
21/02/2007R16AS Roma - Olympique Lyonnais0-0Rome
UEFA Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
04/04/2006QFAC Milan - Olympique Lyonnais3-1
agg: 3-1
MilanF. Inzaghi 25, 88, Shevchenko 90+3; M. Diarra 31
29/03/2006QFOlympique Lyonnais - AC Milan0-0Lyon
UEFA Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
22/10/2002GS1Olympique Lyonnais - FC Internazionale Milano3-3LyonAnderson 21, 75, Carrière 44; Caçapa 31 (og), Crespo 56, 66
02/10/2002GS1FC Internazionale Milano - Olympique Lyonnais1-2
MilanCaçapa 73 (og); Govou 21, Anderson 60
UEFA Cup
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
16/03/1999QFOlympique Lyonnais - Bologna FC2-0
agg: 2-3
LyonCaveglia 16, Job 39
02/03/1999QFBologna FC - Olympique Lyonnais3-0
BolognaSignori 9, 50, Binotto 55
UEFA Cup
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
04/11/1997R2Olympique Lyonnais - FC Internazionale Milano1-3
agg: 3-4
LyonBąk 66; Moriero 9, Cauet 47, Coupet 69 (og)
21/10/1997R2FC Internazionale Milano - Olympique Lyonnais1-2
MilanGanz 71; Giuly 23, Caveglia 82 (P)
UEFA Cup
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
31/10/1995R2SS Lazio - Olympique Lyonnais0-2
agg: 1-4
RomeMaurice 22, Assadourian 58
17/10/1995R2Olympique Lyonnais - SS Lazio2-1
LyonDevaux 15, Deplace 65; Winter 23
HomeAwayFinalTotal
PldWDLPldWDLPldWDLPldWDLGFGA
Juventus129301352643102917664825
Olympique Lyonnais135441242600002596102932

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Match background Only this chapter

Having suffered a first defeat against Lyon, Juventus have work to do on home soil for the second season in succession to turn round their UEFA Champions League round of 16 tie.

• Lucas Tousart's first-half goal at the OL Stadium on 26 February earned Lyon their first UEFA Champions League knockout victory in eight years, and left Juve once again needing a Turin comeback at this stage.

• The French club have lost their three most recent last-16 ties – and six of their last seven contests at this stage – and have not reached the quarter-finals since 2009/10. Juve have not been eliminated in the last 16 since 2015/16, their only reverse in their last six appearances at this juncture, and produced a fine second-leg comeback to progress 12 months ago.

Previous meetings
• This is the sides' sixth match, all in the last six years. Juve won three of the first four fixtures, with the first leg of this tie OL's sole success against the Bianconeri.

• The teams first met in the 2013/14 UEFA Europa League quarter-finals, Leonardo Bonucci scoring the only goal of the first leg at Lyon's former home, the Stade de Gerland, five minutes from time. Andrea Pirlo increased Juve's aggregate advantage four minutes into the Turin return and, although Jimmy Briand's 18th-minute strike gave OL hope, a Samuel Umtiti own goal midway through the second half sealed Juventus's place in the semi-finals.

• In the 2016/17 UEFA Champions League group stage Juventus again secured a narrow victory in France, Juan Cuadrado getting the only goal with 14 minutes left at the OL Stadium on Matchday 3. The Bianconeri looked set for another narrow victory at the Juventus Stadium thanks to Gonzalo Higuaín's 13th-minute penalty, but Corentin Tolisso earned Lyon a point with five minutes left.

• Juve went on to finish first in Group H, third-placed Lyon moving into the UEFA Europa League, where they reached the semi-finals.

Form guide
Juventus

• The Bianconeri won five of their six Group D games to finish six points clear at the top. They dropped points only in their first fixture, Maurizio Sarri's first European game as Juventus coach, being pegged back by two late Atlético Madrid goals in a 2-2 draw in Spain, but went on to beat Bayer Leverkusen 3-0 in Italy and Lokomotiv Moskva 2-1 home and away. A 1-0 home win against Atlético and a 2-0 success at Leverkusen completed the section.

• The loss at Lyon made it four defeats in Juve's last 12 UEFA Champions League matches (W6 D2).

• Gianluigi Buffon's appearance in Leverkusen made him the second oldest player to feature in the UEFA Champions League, aged 41 years 317 days. The only older participant is another Italian goalkeeper, Marco Ballotta, who played for Lazio against Real Madrid in December 2007 aged 43 years 252 days.

• This is Juventus's 11th UEFA Champions League round of 16 tie (W7 L3); they have won the last three, producing a memorable comeback against Atlético 12 months ago (0-2 a, 3-0 h) thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo's second-leg hat-trick.

• In 2018/19, under Massimiliano Allegri, Juve finished first in their group and, after turning round their last-16 tie against Atlético, drew 1-1 at Ajax in the first leg of their quarter-final only to bow out following a 2-1 home defeat. That was the Bianconeri's second defeat in Turin in last season's competition having lost by the same scoreline against Manchester United on Matchday 4 – the only time Juventus have ever lost more than one home game in a European campaign.

• Last season's win against Atlético is Juve's only success in their last four home UEFA Champions League knockout matches (D1 L2).

• Before losing to Real Madrid in the 2017/18 quarter-final first leg (0-3), Juve were unbeaten in 27 home matches in UEFA competition (W16 D11), dating back to a 2-0 reverse against Bayern München in April 2013. They have still lost only four of their 41 European matches at the Juventus Stadium (W25 D12), although three of those defeats have come in their last nine matches.

• This is Juve's first two-legged tie against a French club since they defeated Monaco in the 2016/17 UEFA Champions League semi-finals (2-0 a, 2-1 h) to make it 12 aggregate wins out of 12 against Ligue 1 opponents.

• The first leg ended Juve's eight-match unbeaten run (W6 D2) against French sides, home and away, stretching back to a 2-0 loss at Bordeaux in the 2009/10 group stage.

• The Turin team have never lost at home to French visitors, winning 11 of their 14 matches.

• Champions of Italy for a record eighth season in a row in 2018/19, this is Juve's 20th UEFA Champions League campaign.

• Winners in 1985 and 1996, Juventus have played in nine European Cup finals – losing a record seven, including all of their last five.

• Juve have won 15 of the 33 UEFA ties in which they lost the away first leg, most recently against Atlético in last season's round of 16 (0-2 a, 3-0 h). On the 15 occasions the Bianconeri have lost the away game 1-0, they have won eight ties on aggregate, although they lost the most recent, against Chelsea in the 2008/09 UEFA Champions League round of 16 (2-2 h) – one of seven defeats in the last ten ties when they were beaten 1-0 away in the first leg.

Juventus's record in six UEFA penalty shoot-outs is W3 L3:
3-0 v Ajax, 1977/78 European Champion Clubs' Cup quarter-final
1-4 v Widzew Łódź, 1980/81 UEFA Cup second round
4-2 v Argentinos Juniors, 1985 European/South American Cup final
1-3 v Real Madrid, 1986/87 European Champion Clubs' Cup second round
4-2 v Ajax, 1995/96 UEFA Champions League final
2-3 v AC Milan, 2002/03 UEFA Champions League final

Lyon
• Lyon squeezed into the last 16 as Group G runners-up having picked up eight points from their six games, one more than both Benfica and Zenit. Away from home, OL won 2-0 at eventual section winners Leipzig before losing at Benfica (1-2) and Zenit (0-2).

• Lyon have nevertheless lost only four of their last 19 European matches (W7 D8). Away from home, it is four defeats in 12 matches (W5 D3).

• When Lyon's Rayan Cherki came on as a substitute at Zenit on Matchday 5, he became, at 16 years 102 days, the second youngest player to appear in the UEFA Champions League – after Celestine Babayaro, who was aged 16 years 87 days when he played for Anderlecht against Olympiacos in November 1994.

• Third in Ligue 1 last season, this is Lyon's 16th UEFA Champions League campaign – four more than any other French club – and fourth in five seasons.

• This is Lyon's 11th round of 16 appearance, where their aggregate record is W4 L6. Having won their first four ties, they have lost six of the last seven, the most recent win against Real Madrid in 2009/10 (1-0 h, 1-1 a).

• Les Gones were eliminated by Barcelona in last season's round of 16 (0-0 h, 1-5 a).

• Lyon have lost five of their last six away games in the round of 16, where their away record overall is W3 D2 L5. Their last away win at this stage, 1-0 at PSV Eindhoven in 2005/06, was their third in a row.

• The first leg was Lyon's first win in the UEFA Champions League knockout rounds since a 1-0 first-leg victory against APOEL in February 2012; Les Gones went on to lose that last-16 tie on penalties.

• The French club's record in two-legged knockout ties against Italian clubs is W2 L5. They had suffered five straight eliminations before winning the most recent contest, against Roma in the 2016/17 UEFA Europa League round of 16 (4-2 h, 1-2 a).

• Lyon's last games against a Serie A side before this tie came against Atalanta in the 2017/18 UEFA Europa League group stage (1-1 h, 0-1 a). That 2017 home win against Roma and the first-leg defeat of Juve are their only successes in their last ten matches with Italian sides, home and away (D2 L6).

• OL are without a win in their last five games in Italy (D1 L4).

• Lyon were UEFA Champions League semi-finalists in 2010.

• Lyon's record in three UEFA penalty shoot-outs is W1 L2:
2-4 v PSV Eindhoven, 2004/05 UEFA Champions League quarter-final
3-4 v APOEL, 2011/12 UEFA Champions League round of 16
7-6 v Beşiktaş, 2016/17 UEFA Europa League quarter-final

• Lyon have won 18 of the 21 UEFA competition ties in which they have led after the first leg at home, most recently against Villarreal in the 2017/18 UEFA Europa League round of 32 (3-1 h, 1-0 a). They have won six of the seven ties in which the scoreline was 1-0, their only defeat coming on penalties against APOEL at this stage of the 2011/12 UEFA Champions League (0-1 a).

Links and trivia
• Miralem Pjanić made 90 Ligue 1 appearances for Lyon, scoring ten goals, between 2008 and 2011. He was a Metz player between 2004 and 2008.

• Buffon spent 2018/19 with Paris Saint Germain, making 17 league appearances including a 5-0 win against Lyon at the Parc des Princes on 7 October 2018.

• Blaise Matuidi (2011–17) and Adrien Rabiot (2010–19) also played for Paris.

• Matuidi also represented Troyes (2004–07) and St-Étienne (2007–11) in French football while Rabiot spent the second half of 2012/13 on loan at Toulouse.

• Higuaín was born in the French city of Brest, when his father Jorge was playing for the local club.

• Lyon coach Rudi Garcia was in charge of Roma between 2013 and 2016, when Pjanić was part of the Italian club's squad; Roma finished second in Serie A behind Juventus in each of Garcia's first two seasons.

• Have played in Italy:
Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa (Roma 2014/15)
Joachim Andersen (Sampdoria 2017–19)
Ciprian Tătărușanu (Fiorentina 2014–17)

• Have played together:
Miralem Pjanić & Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa (Roma 2014/15)
Cristiano Ronaldo & Rafael (Manchester United 2008/09)
Matthijs de Ligt & Bertrand Traoré (Ajax 2016/17)
Federico Bernardeschi & Ciprian Tătărușanu (Fiorentina 2014–17)
Juan Cuadrado & Ciprian Tătărușanu (Fiorentina 2014)
Juan Cuadrado & Bertrand Traoré (Chelsea 2015)

• International team-mates:
Cristiano Ronaldo & Anthony Lopes (Portugal)
Blaise Matuidi & Léo Dubois (France)
Matthijs de Ligt & Kenny Tete, Memphis Depay (Netherlands)
Alex Sandro, Danilo, Douglas Costa & Rafael (Brazil)

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Juventus
UEFA Champions League squad changes
In: Giorgio Chiellini
Out: Merih Demiral

• Wojciech Szczęsny's next appearance in the UEFA Champions League, group stage to final, will be his 50th.

•  Juve have scored at least one goal in their last 23 Serie A games, since a 0-0 draw at Fiorentina on 14 September.

• On 22 December Juventus lost the Italian Super Cup final 3-1 against Lazio, their third defeat in the match in the past four years.

• The Bianconeri reached the Coppa Italia semi-finals by beating Udinese 4-0 on 15 January and Roma 3-1 the following week. An added-time Cristiano Ronaldo penalty gave them a 1-1 draw at AC Milan in the first leg of their last-four tie on 13 February. The return leg was originally scheduled for 4 March but has been postponed, as was the Serie A game against Bologna that was due to take place on 13 March.

• The Bianconeri were 2-0 winners at home to Inter on 8 March thanks to goals from Aaron Ramsey and Paulo Dybala – a result that returned them to the top of the Serie A table, one point above Lazio.

• Cristiano Ronaldo played his 1,000th game as a professional against Inter. The list comprises 31 appearances for Sporting CP, 292 for Manchester United, 438 for Real Madrid and now 75 for Juventus, plus 164 caps for Portugal. He has scored 725 goals in those 1,000 matches.

• In the 2-1 defeat at Verona on 8 February, Ronaldo beat David Trezeguet's club record by scoring in a tenth consecutive Serie A game for Juve. He was rested for the 2-0 home win against Brescia on 16 February but made it 11 in a row in a 2-1 win at SPAL on 22 February before the sequence ended against Inter.

• Ronaldo is the third player to score in 11 successive Serie A matches, after Gabriel Batistuta (Fiorentina, 1994/95) and Fabio Quagliarella (Sampdoria, 2018/19).

• Ronaldo has scored 16 of Juventus's last 26 league goals.

• Giorgio Chiellini came on as a substitute against Brescia, his first game since sustaining a knee ligament injury in August. He started at SPAL, playing 55 minutes, but has not featured since.

• Chiellini replaced Merih Demiral in Juventus's UEFA Champions League squad, the Turkey defender having suffered a similar injury in the 2-1 win at Roma on 12 January shortly after scoring his first goal for Juve.

• Douglas Costa played against Inter, his first game since suffering his third muscle injury of the season in the defeat at Verona.

• Sami Khedira was on the bench against Inter for the first time after undergoing a knee operation in late November.

•  On 11 February Szczęsny extended his contract with Juventus until 2024.

Lyon
UEFA Champions League squad changes
In: Karl Toko Ekambi (Villarreal, loan), Bruno Guimarães (Athletico Paranaense)
Out: Heritier Deyonge, Oumar Solet, Issiar Drame

• Having won only one of their last four games in 2019 (D2 L1) in all competitions, Lyon kicked off the new year with a seven-match unbeaten run, winning six and, in the only draw, 2-2 at home to LOSC Lille in the French League Cup semi-finals on 21 January, prevailing 4-3 on penalties.

• They have won only four of their last ten matches in all competitions, however. Following their first-leg defeat of Juve, Lyon were 2-0 winners at home to local rivals St-Étienne on 1 March.

• Three days later, Lyon suffered a 5-1 loss at home to Paris Saint-Germain in the French Cup semi-finals, the first time they had conceded five goals in a game since losing by the same scoreline to Barcelona in last season's UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg.

• A 1-0 loss at LOSC on 8 March made it four wins in OL's last 11 Ligue 1 matches (D3 L4).

• January signing Karl Toko Ekambi scored in his first two Ligue 1 matches, but has not found the net in his last nine appearances in all competitions.

• Aged 16 years 176 days, Ryan Cherki became the third youngest player to start a Ligue 1 game for Lyon in the 4-2 defeat at Paris Saint-Germain on 9 February.

• Lyon have won six of their 15 away Ligue 1 games this season (D3 L6).

• After 28 Ligue 1 games this season, OL have 40 points; they were third on 50 points at the same stage of 2018/19.

• Moussa Dembélé is Lyon's top scorer this season with 22 goals in all competitions, including 16 in the league; the 23-year-old found the net in his first seven appearances this year and has 12 goals in 17 games in 2020.

• Lyon will play Paris in the League Cup final at the Stade de France; initially scheduled for 4 April, the game has now been postponed.

• Lucas Tousart will join Hertha Berlin at the end of the season.

• In January, Lyon signed Brazilian midfielder Camilo from Ponte Preta and Zimbabwean striker Tino Kadewere from Le Havre; both players will join the club on 30 June.

• Youssouf Koné has not played since undergoing ankle surgery in December, although he was an unused substitute at LOSC.

• Memphis Depay, who has nine Ligue 1 goals this season and five in the UEFA Champions League, has not played since 15 December due to a cruciate knee ligament injury.

• Jeff Reine-Adélaïde also suffered a cruciate injury in Lyon's 1-0 home defeat by Rennes on 15 December.

• Oumar Solet has been removed from Lyon's UEFA Champions League squad after rupturing his cruciate knee ligament in January.

Official UEFA Champions League Man of the Match award introduced
UEFA will give out an official Man of the Match award after every UEFA Champions League knockout stage game to recognise the top performers in Europe's top club competition. UEFA Technical Observers at each UEFA Champions League game from the round of 16 on will decide who deserves the Man of the Match, with an official award being handed to the successful players after full-time in recognition of their roles in decisive moments, tactical maturity, creativity and inspiration, exceptional skill and fair play.

https://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/season=2020/matches/round=2001141/match=2027133/prematch/background/index.html#juventus+lyon+facts

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Head coach Only this chapter

Maurizio Sarri

Date of birth: 10 January 1959
Nationality: Italian
Coaching career: Sangiovannese, Pescara, Arezzo, Avellino, Verona, Perugia, Grosseto, Alessandria, Sorrento, Empoli, Napoli, Chelsea, Juventus

• Sarri was born in Naples, when his father was working in a local factory. The family moved back to Tuscany when he was three, but young Maurizio was always a Napoli fan. After a short career as an amateur footballer, he started coaching in the lower divisions in Tuscany while studying economics and working in a bank. In 2000/01 he accepted a job at Sansovino in Serie Eccellenza, the fifth tier, promising he would quit coaching for good if he did not win the league; they duly triumphed.

• After a Serie C1 promotion with Sangiovannese and 11th place in Serie B with Pescara, in 2006/07 Sarri replaced the sacked Antonio Conte at the helm of Arezzo. His side were relegated but Sarri did oversee a 2-2 away draw against Juventus and a home victory against AC Milan in the Coppa Italia quarter-finals, although the Rossoneri won on aggregate.

• In 2012 he took the Empoli job and, despite picking up only four points in the first nine games, his side reached the Serie B play-off final, losing to Livorno. The following season he guided Empoli to promotion and Sarri made his Serie A debut in 2014/15, leading the Azzurri to a 15th-place finish with his side earning plaudits for their organised and entertaining football.

• A 4-2 victory against Napoli helped the Partenopei decide to appoint him to replace Rafael Benítez. Sarri was an immediate success, leading Napoli to second place in 2015/16, his team scoring five goals more than eventual champions Juventus. Sarri's side also reached the UEFA Europa League round of 32, scoring a record 22 goals in the group stage.

• Napoli finished third in Serie A in 2016/17 and second 12 months later, after which Sarri departed for Chelsea. His sole season in England brought his first major trophy in the form of the UEFA Europa League, Chelsea also reaching the League Cup final and ending the Premier League campaign third before Sarri decided to return home, succeeding Massimiliano Allegri at Juventus.

https://www.uefa.com/news/newsid=2395066.html#maurizio+sarri

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Rudi Garcia

Date of birth: 20 February 1964
Nationality:
French
Playing career: LOSC Lille, Caen, Martigues
Coaching career: Corbeil-Essonnes (player-coach), St-Étienne, Dijon, Le Mans, LOSC Lille, Roma, Marseille, Lyon

• The son of former LOSC player José Garcia, Rudi grew up in the Paris suburbs but started his playing career as an attacking midfielder at his father's old club. Spent six years with Les Dogues, going on to Caen (1988-91) and Martigues (1991-92) before injury prompted a move into coaching.

• Having completed a sports science degree, started out as a player-coach at amateur side Corbeil-Essonnes, whom he had represented as a youngster; did well enough to be offered a job as assistant coach at St-Étienne in 1998. After a brief spell as head coach in tandem with Jean-Guy Wallemme, Garcia re-emerged at the helm of Dijon in 2002, winning promotion to Ligue 2 in 2003/04 and taking the club to the French Cup semi-finals. Returned to Ligue 1 in 2007 with Le Mans, who he led to ninth place in his only season.

• Brought to LOSC as Claude Puel's successor in 2008, he briefly left after a fifth-placed finish in his first season only to reconsider. He led his side to victory in the Coupe de France in May 2011, their first win in the competition since 1955, before completing a domestic double a week later, LOSC's first league title in 57 years.

• Appointed at Roma in June 2013 and oversaw wins in his first ten league matches, the best ever start to Serie A. Eventually finished second, earning a UEFA Champions League place for the first time since 2010, and Roma again finished second in 2015, before Garcia was dismissed the following January.

• Took over at Marseille in October 2016, taking the club to the 2017/18 UEFA Europa League final in Lyon, but Atlético Madrid proved too strong. Garcia left OM in May 2019 and, five months later, was appointed Lyon coach after Sylvinho's brief reign.

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Match-by-match lineups Only this chapter

Juventus

  • UEFA Champions League - Group stage
    Group D - Group Standings
    ClubPldWDLGFGAPts
    Juventus651012416
    Club Atlético de Madrid63128510
    Bayer 04 Leverkusen6204596
    FC Lokomotiv Moskva61054113
    Matchday 1 (18/09/2019)
    Club Atlético de Madrid 2-2 Juventus
    0-1 Cuadrado 48, 0-2 Matuidi 65, 1-2 Savić 70, 2-2 Herrera 90
    Szczęsny, De Ligt, Pjanić (87 Ramsey), Khedira (69 Bentancur), Ronaldo, Alex Sandro, Danilo, Matuidi, Cuadrado, Bonucci, Higuaín (80 Dybala)
  • Matchday 2 (01/10/2019)
    Juventus 3-0 Bayer 04 Leverkusen
    1-0 Higuaín 17, 2-0 Bernardeschi 62, 3-0 Ronaldo 89
    Szczęsny, De Ligt, Pjanić, Khedira (74 Bentancur), Ronaldo, Alex Sandro, Matuidi, Cuadrado, Bonucci, Higuaín (83 Dybala), Bernardeschi (78 Ramsey)
  • Matchday 3 (22/10/2019)
    Juventus 2-1 FC Lokomotiv Moskva
    0-1 Aleksei Miranchuk 30, 1-1 Dybala 77, 2-1 Dybala 79
    Szczęsny, De Ligt, Pjanić, Khedira (48 Higuaín), Ronaldo, Dybala (81 Bernardeschi), Alex Sandro, Matuidi (65 Rabiot), Cuadrado, Bonucci, Bentancur
  • Matchday 4 (06/11/2019)
    FC Lokomotiv Moskva 1-2 Juventus
    0-1 Ramsey 4, 1-1 Aleksei Miranchuk 12, 1-2 Douglas Costa 90+3
    Szczęsny, Pjanić, Khedira (70 Douglas Costa), Ronaldo (81 Dybala), Ramsey (64 Bentancur), Alex Sandro, Danilo, Bonucci, Higuaín, Rugani, Rabiot
  • Matchday 5 (26/11/2019)
    Juventus 1-0 Club Atlético de Madrid
    1-0 Dybala 45+2
    Szczęsny, De Sciglio, De Ligt, Pjanić, Ronaldo, Ramsey (63 Bernardeschi), Dybala (76 Higuaín), Danilo, Matuidi, Bonucci, Bentancur (86 Khedira)
  • Matchday 6 (11/12/2019)
    Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-2 Juventus
    0-1 Ronaldo 75, 0-2 Higuaín 90+2
    Buffon, De Sciglio, Pjanić, Ronaldo, Danilo, Cuadrado (93 Muratore), Higuaín, Rugani, Rabiot (85 Matuidi), Demiral, Bernardeschi (66 Dybala)
  • Round of 16
    Matchday 7 (26/02/2020)
    Olympique Lyonnais 1-0 Juventus
    1-0 Tousart 31
    Szczęsny, De Ligt, Pjanić (61 Ramsey), Ronaldo, Dybala, Alex Sandro, Danilo, Cuadrado (70 Higuaín), Bonucci, Rabiot (78 Bernardeschi), Bentancur
  • Matchday 8 (17/03/2020)
    Juventus-Olympique Lyonnais

Olympique Lyonnais

  • UEFA Champions League - Group stage
    Group G - Group Standings
    ClubPldWDLGFGAPts
    RB Leipzig632110811
    Olympique Lyonnais6222988
    SL Benfica621310117
    FC Zenit6213797
    Matchday 1 (17/09/2019)
    Olympique Lyonnais 1-1 FC Zenit
    0-1 Azmoun 41, 1-1 Depay 51 (P)
    Lopes, Denayer, Marcelo, Dembélé, Traoré (77 Cornet), Depay, Mendes, Dubois, Reine-Adélaïde (86 Terrier), Koné, Tousart
  • Matchday 2 (02/10/2019)
    RB Leipzig 0-2 Olympique Lyonnais
    0-1 Depay 11, 0-2 Terrier 65
    Lopes, Andersen, Marcelo, Terrier (69 Traoré), Aouar (87 Jean Lucas), Depay (79 Dembélé), Mendes, Dubois, Marçal, Koné, Tousart
  • Matchday 3 (23/10/2019)
    SL Benfica 2-1 Olympique Lyonnais
    1-0 Rafa Silva 4, 1-1 Depay 70, 2-1 Pizzi 86
    Lopes, Denayer, Marcelo, Terrier (56 Mendes), Aouar (88 Reine-Adélaïde), Dembélé, Depay, Dubois, Cornet (66 Traoré), Koné, Tousart
  • Matchday 4 (05/11/2019)
    Olympique Lyonnais 3-1 SL Benfica
    1-0 Andersen 4, 2-0 Depay 33, 2-1 Seferović 76, 3-1 Traoré 89
    Lopes, Andersen, Denayer, Aouar (91 Marcelo), Dembélé, Depay (46 Cornet), Mendes, Dubois, Reine-Adélaïde (73 Traoré), Koné, Tousart
  • Matchday 5 (27/11/2019)
    FC Zenit 2-0 Olympique Lyonnais
    1-0 Dzyuba 42, 2-0 Ozdoev 84
    Lopes, Andersen (83 Gouiri), Denayer, Marcelo, Dembélé, Traoré, Dubois, Reine-Adélaïde, Marçal (58 Koné), Cornet (74 Cherki), Tousart
  • Matchday 6 (10/12/2019)
    Olympique Lyonnais 2-2 RB Leipzig
    0-1 Forsberg 9 (P) , 0-2 Werner 33 (P) , 1-2 Aouar 50, 2-2 Depay 82
    Lopes, Andersen, Rafael (73 Marçal), Denayer, Terrier (87 Marcelo), Aouar, Dembélé, Depay, Mendes, Tete, Tousart (64 Reine-Adélaïde)
  • Round of 16
    Matchday 7 (26/02/2020)
    Olympique Lyonnais 1-0 Juventus
    1-0 Tousart 31
    Lopes, Denayer, Marcelo, Aouar, Dembélé, Dubois (78 Tete), Marçal, Ekambi (66 Terrier), Cornet (81 Andersen), Tousart, Bruno Guimarães
  • Matchday 8 (17/03/2020)
    Juventus-Olympique Lyonnais

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Competition facts Only this chapter

UEFA Champions League: Did you know?

Overall records
• In 2016/17 Real Madrid became the first team to successfully defend the UEFA Champions League trophy, with AC Milan (1989, 1990) the previous club to win consecutive European Cups. Milan (1994, 1995), Ajax (1995, 1996), Juventus (1996, 1997) and Manchester United (2008, 2009) have all returned to the UEFA Champions League final as holders only to lose.

• Real Madrid then made it three wins in a row in 2017/18, becoming the fourth club to win three or more successive titles in European Cup history, and the first to do it twice.

• Only two teams have ever won the UEFA Champions League on home soil: Borussia Dortmund (1997, final in Munich) and Juventus (1996, final in Rome), while Manchester United lost the 2011 final in London and 12 months later Bayern were beaten in the showpiece in their own stadium, the Fußball Arena München.

Knockout stage
• Real Madrid have qualified for the UEFA Champions League knockout phase a record 24 times, including 23 in succession. They have also played a competition-high 97 knockout phase matches – ahead of Bayern München (92) and Barcelona (91).

• Teams have overturned a first-leg deficit to go through 49 times, including six in 2018/19 – a competition record for a single season – and Paris Saint-Germain in this season's round of 16..

• Before last season, only twice – Ajax's defeat of Panathinaikos in the 1995/96 semi-finals and Internazionale's victory against Bayern in the 2010/11 round of 16 – had a side progressed after a home first-leg loss. However, Ajax again (against Real Madrid) and Manchester United (against Paris Saint-Germain) both achieved the feat in the 2018/19 round of 16 before Tottenham (against Ajax) did likewise in the semi-finals.

• The biggest losing margin a side has overhauled was achieved by Barcelona against Paris in the 2016/17 last 16, when they lost 4-0 away but progressed thanks to a 6-1 home success. That eclipsed the previous record held by Deportivo La Coruña in the 2003/04 quarter-finals, when they went down 4-1 at AC Milan but won 4-0 at home; Roma equalled that margin in the 2017/18 quarter-finals, turning round a 4-1 first-leg loss at Barcelona with a 3-0 home success, while in the 2018/19 semi-finals Liverpool lost 3-0 in the first leg at Barcelona but went through after a 4-0 home victory.

• Thirty-three ties have been decided on away goals, including 13 where the triumphant team lost the first leg. Bayern and Monaco have benefited from the away goals rule five times – more than any other club – whereas Internazionale have been eliminated by that method a record four times.

• In all, 30 ties have required extra time. Fourteen have been settled by extra time alone: six round of 16 encounters including Atlético-Liverpool in 2019/20, five quarter-finals, the 2007/08 semi-final between Chelsea and Liverpool, and the 2013/14 final between Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid.

• Sixteen ties have gone to penalties, including seven finals – 1996, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2012 and 2016. The first two-legged tie decided on spot kicks was PSV Eindhoven's 4-2 victory over Lyon on 13 April 2005 after a 2-2 aggregate draw, still the only quarter-final to go to penalties. Bayern, Chelsea and Atlético Madrid have all appeared in three shoot-outs, sharing the competition record, with Bayern, Atlético and Liverpool having won the most (two apiece).

• The 2015/16 round of 16 tie between Atlético Madrid and PSV was the first to finish goalless after two legs. Thirteen have finished 1-0 on aggregate, most recently Real Madrid's defeat of Manchester City in the 2015/16 semi-finals.

• Liverpool (versus Porto) and Bayern (versus Beşiktaş) both won 5-0 in the 2017/18 round of 16, equalling the knockout phase record for the biggest first-leg lead – Real Madrid's 6-1 victory at Schalke in 2013/14 and Bayern's 5-0 success at Sporting CP in 2008/09, both also in the round of 16.

• Bayern eventually beat Sporting by a record aggregate margin of 12-1 after a 7-1 stroll in the home second leg; that tie also featured more goals (13) over its two legs than any UEFA Champions League knockout tie until it was equalled by Liverpool's 7-6 aggregate win against Roma in the 2017/18 semi-final.

• Bayern and Manchester City jointly hold the record for the largest margin of victory in a UEFA Champions League knockout match. Bayern beat both Basel (2011/12) and Shakhtar Donetsk (2014/15) 7-0 in the round of 16 second leg, while City beat Schalke by the same scoreline at the same stage of the 2018/19 competition.

• A record five clubs from England participated in the 2017/18 knockout phase. Including 2019/20, England has also provided four clubs on eight other occasions – as has Spain five times and Germany twice. England is the only nation to have provided four quarter-finalists in a season, 2018/19 being the third occasion after 2007/08 and 2008/09.

• There are four clubs from two nations in the round of 16 for only the third time in 2019/20. England and Spain both had four apiece in 2008/09, and there were four each from England and Germany in 2013/14.

• Clarence Seedorf is the only player to have lifted the European Cup with three clubs (Ajax 1995, Real Madrid 1998, Milan 2003, 2007). Bob Paisley (Liverpool 1977, 1978, 1981) was the first coach to win it three times, a feat Carlo Ancelotti (Milan 2003, 2007, Real Madrid 2014) and Zinédine Zidane (2016, 2017, 2018) have replicated.

• In 2014 Ancelotti also became the fifth coach to win the trophy with two clubs; Ottmar Hitzfeld (Borussia Dortmund 1997, Bayern 2001), Ernst Happel (Feyenoord 1970, Hamburg 1983), José Mourinho (Porto 2004, Internazionale 2010) and Jupp Heynckes (Real Madrid 1998, Bayern 2013) had previously achieved the feat.

Goalscoring records
• Lionel Messi became the first player to score five goals in a match in Barcelona's 7-1 win against Bayer Leverkusen on 7 March 2012, a feat matched by Shakhtar Donetsk's Luiz Adriano at BATE Borisov on 21 October 2014. Fourteen more players, also including Messi, have scored four times in a game, including two Bayern players, Serge Gnabry and Robert Lewandowski, in this season's group fixtures at Tottenham Hotspur and Crvena zvezda respectively, plus Atalanta's Josip Iličić at Valencia in the round of 16 second leg.

• Cristiano Ronaldo set a new record for a UEFA Champions League group stage with 11 goals in 2015/16, eclipsing his own mark of nine in 2013/14, which Luiz Adriano matched in 2014/15 and Ronaldo himself equalled in 2017/18. Messi got ten goals in 2016/17, as did Lewandowski this season; Zlatan Ibrahimović (2013/14), Ruud van Nistelrooy (2004/05), Filippo Inzaghi, Hernán Crespo (both 2002/03), Lewandowski (2018/19) and Erling Braut Haaland (2019/20) all managed eight.

• Messi's hat-trick against PSV Eindhoven on Matchday 1 of the 2018/19 competition was his eighth in the competition, a mark Ronaldo matched against Atlético Madrid in that season's round of 16 second leg.

Oldest and youngest players
• Lazio goalkeeper Marco Ballotta is the oldest player to compete in the UEFA Champions League having featured against Real Madrid on Matchday 6 in 2007/08 aged 43 years and 252 days. Alessandro Costacurta is the oldest outfield player; the Milan defender was 40 years and 211 days when he played against AEK Athens in 2006/07.

• Francesco Totti is the oldest player to score in the competition, aged 38 years and 59 days, in Roma's 1-1 draw at CSKA Moskva on 25 November 2014. Ryan Giggs (37 years 290 days) was the previous record holder.

• Celestine Babayaro is the youngest player to have appeared; he was 16 years and 87 days when he started for Anderlecht against Steaua Bucureşti on 23 November 1994. He was sent off in the 37th minute.

• Ansu Fati's winner for Barcelona at Inter on Matchday 6 in 2019/20 made him the youngest goalscorer in UEFA Champions League history, at the age of 17 years 40 days. He eclipsed the previous record of Olympiacos's Peter Ofori-Quaye (17 years 195 days) that had lasted since 1 October 1997.

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Team facts Only this chapter

Juventus
Formed:
1897
Nicknames: Bianconeri (White and Blacks), Vecchia Signora (Old Lady)

UEFA club competition honours (runners-up in brackets)
• European Cup/UEFA Champions League (2): (1973), (1983), 1985, 1996, (1997), (1998), (2003), (2015), (2017)
• UEFA Cup (3): 1977, 1990, 1993, (1995)
• UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (1): 1984
• UEFA Super Cup (2): 1984, 1996
• European/South American Cup (2): (1973), 1985, 1996

Domestic honours (most recent triumph in brackets)
League title: 35 (2019)
Italian Cup: 13 (2018)

Ten-year European record (UEFA Champions League unless indicated otherwise)
2018/19:
quarter-finals
2017/18: quarter-finals
2016/17:
runners-up
2015/16:
round of 16
2014/15:
runners-up
2013/14:
UEFA Europa League semi-finals (having transferred from UEFA Champions League group stage)
2012/13:
quarter-finals
2011/12:
did not take part in UEFA club competition
2010/11: UEFA Europa League group stage
2009/10:
UEFA Europa League round of 16 (having transferred from UEFA Champions League group stage)

Records
UEFA club competitions

• Biggest home win
7-0 on three occasions, most recently v Olympiacos
10/12/03, UEFA Champions League group stage

• Biggest away win
0-6: Marsa v Juventus
15/09/71, UEFA Cup first round first leg

• Heaviest home defeat
1-4: Juventus v Bayern München
08/12/09, UEFA Champions League group stage
0-3 twice, most recently v Real Madrid
03/04/18, UEFA Champions League quarter-final first leg
Juventus also lost 1-4 to Real Madrid in the 2017 UEFA Champions League final, in which they were the designated home team

• Heaviest away defeat
7-0: Wiener Sport-Club v Juventus
01/10/58, European Champion Clubs' Cup preliminary round second leg

UEFA Champions League (group stage to final only)
• Biggest home win
7-0: Juventus v Olympiacos (see above)

• Biggest away win
0-4 twice, most recently v Dinamo Zagreb
27/09/16, group stage

• Heaviest home defeat
1-4: Juventus v Bayern München (see above)
0-3 twice, most recently v Real Madrid (see above)
Juventus also lost 1-4 to Real Madrid in the 2017 final (see above)

• Heaviest away defeat
3-0: Barcelona v Juventus
12/09/17, group stage

https://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/news/newsid=865853.html#club+facts+juventus

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Olympique Lyonnais
Formed:
1950
Nickname: Les Gones (The Kids)

UEFA club competition honours (runners-up in brackets)
• UEFA Intertoto Cup (1): 1997

Domestic honours (most recent triumph in brackets)
League title: 7 (2008)
French Cup: 5 (2012)
League Cup: 1 (2001)

Ten-year European record (UEFA Champions League unless indicated otherwise)
2018/19:
round of 16
2017/18:
UEFA Europa League round of 16
2016/17: UEFA Europa League semi-finals (having transferred from UEFA Champions League group stage)
2015/16:
group stage
2014/15:
UEFA Europa League play-offs
2013/14:
UEFA Europa League quarter-finals (having transferred from UEFA Champions League play-offs)
2012/13:
UEFA Europa League round of 32
2011/12:
round of 16
2010/11:
round of 16
2009/10: semi-finals

Records
UEFA club competition

• Biggest home win
7-0: Lyon v Red Boys Differdange
17/09/74, UEFA Cup first round first leg

• Biggest away win
1-7: Dinamo Zagreb v Lyon
07/12/11, UEFA Champions League group stage

• Heaviest home defeat
2-5: Lyon v Borussia Mönchengladbach
05/11/74, UEFA Cup second round second leg
0-3
twice, most recently v Bayern München
27/04/10, UEFA Champions League semi-final second leg

• Heaviest away defeat
5-1: Barcelona v Lyon
13/03/19, UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg
4-0 three times, most recently v Real Madrid
18/10/11, UEFA Champions League group stage

UEFA Champions League (group stage to final only)
• Biggest home win
7-2: Lyon v Werder Bremen
08/03/05, round of 16 second leg
5-0 twice, most recently v Sparta Praha
08/12/04, group stage

• Biggest away win
1-7: Dinamo Zagreb v Lyon (see above)

• Heaviest home defeat
0-3 twice, most recently v Bayern München (see above)

• Heaviest away defeat
5-1: Barcelona v Lyon (see above)
4-0: Real Madrid v Lyon (see above)

https://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/news/newsid=571065.html#club+facts+lyon

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Legend

ALL-TIME STATISTICS
The all-time record of the competing clubs in UEFA club competition.

UEFA club competition: These are the official statistics considered valid for communicating official records in UEFA club competition defined as European Champion Clubs' Cup, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Cup Winner's Cup UEFA Super Cup, UEFA Intertoto Cup and European/South American Cup. Matches in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup and the 1972 Super Cup are not included as they were not held under UEFA auspices, while the FIFA Club World Cup is excluded.

Match officials

UCL: Total matches officiated in the UEFA Champions League from 1992/93 season, group stage to final only. Matches where the official has acted as the fourth official are not included in these statistics. These are the official statistics considered valid for communicating official records.

UEFA: Total matches officiated in UEFA club competition including all qualifying round matches. Matches where the official has acted as the fourth official are not included in these statistics. These are the official statistics considered valid for communicating official records.

Competitions

Club competitions
  • UCL: UEFA Champions League
  • ECCC: European Champion Clubs' Cup
  • UEL: UEFA Europa League
  • UCUP: UEFA Cup
  • UCWC: UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
  • SCUP: UEFA Super Cup
  • UIC: UEFA Intertoto Cup
  • ICF: Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
National team competitions
  • EURO: UEFA European Football Championship
  • WC: FIFA World Cup
  • CONFCUP: FIFA Confederations Cup
  • FRIE: Friendly internationals
  • U21FRIE: Under-21 friendly internationals
  • U21: UEFA European Under-21 Championship
  • U17: UEFA Under-17 Championship
  • U16: UEFA European Under-16 Championship
  • U19: UEFA Under-19 Championship
  • U18: UEFA European Under-18 Championship
  • WWC: FIFA Women's World Cup
  • WEURO: UEFA European Women's Championship

Competition stages

  • F: Final
  • GS: Group stage
  • GS1: First group stage
  • GS2: Second group stage
  • 3QR: Third qualifying round
  • R1: First round
  • R2: Second round
  • R3: Third round
  • R4: Fourth round
  • PR: Preliminary round
  • SF: Semi-finals
  • QF: Quarter-finals
  • R16: round of 16
  • QR: Qualifying round
  • R32: Round of 32
  • 1QR: First qualifying round
  • 1st: first leg
  • 2QR: Second qualifying round
  • 2nd: second leg
  • FT: Final tournament
  • PO: Play-off
  • ELITE: Elite round
  • Rep: Replay
  • 3rdPO: Third-place play-off
  • PO - FT: Play-off for Final Tournament
  • GS-FT: Group stage – final tournament

Other abbreviations

  • (aet): After extra time
  • pens: Penalties
  • No.: Number
  • og: Own goal
  • ag: Match decided on away goals
  • P: Penalty
  • agg: Aggregate
  • Pld: Matches played
  • AP: Appearances
  • Pos.: Position
  • Comp.: Competition
  • Pts: Points
  • D: Drawn
  • R: Sent off (straight red card)
  • DoB: Date of birth
  • Res.: Result
  • ET: Extra Time
  • sg: Match decided by silver goal
  • GA: Goals against
  • t: Match decided by toss of a coin
  • GF: Goals for
  • W: Won
  • gg: Match decided by golden goal
  • Y: Booked
  • L: Lost
  • Y/R: Sent off (two yellow cards)
  • Nat.: Nationality
  • N/A: Not applicable
  • f: Match forfeited

Statistics

  • -: Denotes player substituted
  • +: Denotes player introduced
  • *: Denotes player sent off
  • +/-: Denotes player introduced and substituted

Squad list

  • D: Disciplinary
  • *: Misses next match if booked
  • S: Suspended
  • UCLQ: Current season total UEFA Champions League appearances in the qualifying rounds and play-offs only
  • UCL: Current season total UEFA Champions League appearances from group stage onwards prior to current matchday
  • UCL: Total appearances in the UEFA Champions League from 1992/93 season, group stage to final only
  • UEFA: All-time total appearances in UEFA club competition including qualifying
  • Disclaimer: Although UEFA has taken all reasonable care that the information contained within this document is accurate at the time of publication, no representation or guarantee (including liability towards third parties), expressed or implied, is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. Therefore, UEFA assumes no liability for the use or interpretation of information contained herein. More information can be found in the competition regulations available on UEFA.com.