Liverpool zero – Bayern Munich zero
Bayern Munich left Anfield on Tuesday evening with Liverpool pissed off.
Liverpool failed to attain of their Champions League last-16 first leg tie at residence.
But, Bayern’s incapability to attain an away aim was a bonus for Jurgen Klopp’s males.
Liverpool now know that in the event that they rating as soon as within the Allianz Enviornment, Bayern might want to rating twice to cancel out the away objectives rule.
Bayern, in fact, must be assured of beating Liverpool on their residence patch.
Sadio Mane tops Champions League wasteful charts
Following Tuesday’s match, Sadio Mane tops an unlucky Champions League chart.
Mane is statistically essentially the most wasteful participant on this season’s competitors.
The Senegalese ahead has solely scored as soon as in Europe this season.
Mane has missed eight large probabilities, as outlined by Opta as “a scenario the place a participant ought to moderately be anticipated to attain.”
Towards Bayern, Mane missed one large probability within the first half.
Simply after the half hour, the ball fell to Mane within the Bayern field.
May Mane have taken a contact earlier than taking pictures?
Effectively he didn’t, and he skewed his effort extensive of the submit.
Who else is on the Champions League wasteful listing?
The second most wasteful participant on this season’s Champions League is PSG striker Kylian Mbappe.
Mbappe has scored 4 large probabilities in Europe this season. Nonetheless the French World Cup winner has additionally missed six golden alternatives, in response to the Opta stats.
Third on the listing is Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski.
The Pole has additionally missed six large probabilities within the Champions League this season. Nonetheless the attacker has additionally scored six large probabilities, whereas he’s additionally managed to attain eight Champions League objectives in whole.
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