UEFA.com crunches the numbers from the penultimate round of group games, with Zenit having perfection in sight and Cristiano Ronaldo staying clear of Lionel Messi.
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• With five wins out of five, Zenit – one of nine teams already through to the round of 16 – remain on course to complete the group stage with maximum points and become only the seventh side to achieve that feat. André Villas-Boas's men visit last-16 hopefuls Gent on matchday six.
• Patrice Evra's appearance as a late substitute in Juventus's 1-0 victory at home to Manchester City was his 100th in the UEFA Champions League. He has become the 27th player to reach that landmark and just the second Frenchman, after Thierry Henry (112 outings).
• Cristiano Ronaldo maintained his five-goal lead over Lionel Messi in the all-time UEFA Champions League scoring charts, matching the Barcelona forward's double against Roma with two goals of his own 24 hours later against Shakhtar Donetsk. His second strike in Lviv was the 450th registered in the competition by Madrid – 25 more than Barça.
• Barcelona's 6-1 win against Roma lifted their goal average per game in the competition to above two, joining only Madrid in that category. The Catalan club have scored 425 goals in 211 games at an average of 2.014. Madrid's is 2.074.
• Ángel Di María's first goal in Paris Saint-Germain’s 5-0 victory at Malmö was the 7,000th scored in the UEFA Champions League.
• The Camp Nou defeat of Roma was the 16th time Barça have hit five goals or more in a UEFA Champions League match – three times more than Bayern München.
• Barcelona also stretched another competition record by winning their group for the 17th time. Madrid and Bayern, who also confirmed their qualification for the round of 16 as section winners on matchday five, are now on 15 and 14 group victories respectively.
• Barcelona and Bayern both equalled club records on matchday five with their ninth consecutive home success in the UEFA Champions League. They both need three more to emulate the all-time record set by Manchester United between September 2006 and April 2008.
• United's 0-0 draw at home to PSV Eindhoven was their 21st in the competition, which matched the all-time high previously held alone by AC Milan. It was also the Old Trafford club's 54th draw, extending their competition record to three more than Barcelona.
• There were 54 goals witnessed on matchday five – 27 on both Tuesday and Wednesday – which is the most since the 59 compiled on matchday one of the 2013/14 season. The only number higher than that is the record 63 that found the net on matchday one in 2000/01.
• Forty-two goals have been scored after ten games in Group E. Should Barcelona, Roma, Bayer Leverkusen and BATE Borisov amass eight goals between them on matchday six, they will post a new competition high. The current record of 49 was set in 2013/14 by Group D participants Bayern, Manchester City, Viktoria Plzeň and CSKA Moskva.