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Matchday 4's magic numbers

Sevilla FC defend their perfect home record, Ronald Koeman hopes to continue a fine run against Arsenal FC and Javier Zanetti just keeps on going as we check out the stats behind Matchday 4.

Sevilla boast a perfect home record in the UEFA Champions League
Sevilla boast a perfect home record in the UEFA Champions League ©Getty Images

Sevilla FC put their perfect home record on the line, Ronald Koeman will be looking to continue an impressive run against Arsenal FC and Javier Zanetti just keeps on going as we check out the stats behind Matchday 4.

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Chelsea FC are the only side yet to concede a goal in the group stage.

1 In 12 previous meetings, AC Milan and Real Madrid CF have drawn just once, 1-1 in the first leg of the 1988/89 European Champion Clubs' Cup semi-finals. Milan won the second leg 5-0 and went on to lift the trophy.

5 The number of games AZ Alkmaar's Ronald Koeman has gone unbeaten as a coach against Arsenal. He guided AFC Ajax to 1-1 home and 0-0 away draws in the UEFA Champions League second group stage in February 2003. Koeman's PSV Eindhoven side then eliminated Arsenal in the 2006/07 first knockout round with a 1-0 home win followed by a 1-1 draw in London, and he also led AZ to a 1-1 draw against the Gunners on Matchday 3.

6 Sevilla have won all their six previous home games in the UEFA Champions League. During their successive UEFA Cup triumphs in 2006 and 2007, Sevilla lost just one of their 14 home games, winning eleven.

7 Seven of the 49 goals scored on Matchday 3 were own goals, with three coming in a single match – FC Unirea Urziceni's 4-1 win at Rangers FC.

10 Club Atlético de Madrid striker Diego Forlán has had more shots on goal than any other player in the group stage, but is yet to score.

10 Liverpool FC midfielder Steven Gerrard has hit the most shots wide, and is also yet to score.

13 FCPorto striker Hulk is the most fouled player thus far in the group stage.

17 Chelsea have scored 17 goals without conceding in their past four matches in all competitions.

22 Manchester United FC are unbeaten in 22 UEFA Champions League home games dating back to February 2005, but PFC CSKA Moskva can take heart from the fact they failed to win on the two previous occasions they welcomed Russian visitors to Old Trafford.

68 Raúl González's strike to put Real Madrid in front against Milan took him level with Filippo Inzaghi as the all-time leading scorer in UEFA club competition with 68 goals.

204 Cesare Prandelli became ACF Fiorentina's longest serving coach against Calcio Catania on Sunday, his 204th game surpassing a mark set by Fulvio Bernardini – the man who led the Viola to their first Scudetto in 1956. Prandelli presided over a club record 100th win in all competitions as Fiorentina coach on 26 September, when the Viola beat AS Livorno Calcio 1-0.

477 and counting... After appearing in last Thursday's 5-3 win over US Città di Palermo, Javier Zanetti moved ahead of Giacinto Facchetti in second place in FC Internazionale Milano's all-time appearances standings with 477 Serie A matches. The game was the Argentinian's 140th top-flight fixture in a row, a run lasting fully three years.

To read more about the stats behind this week's matches, click here to access uefa.com's UEFA Champions League press kits then press the PK button next to the match of your choice.

Further UEFA Champions League statistics can be found here.

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