Liverpool’s Champions League campaign – By the numbers

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side take on Real Madrid in Kiev on Saturday for the right to be proclaimed Champions of Europe.

The Reds are gunning for a sixth European title while their opponents are going for their 13th title.

The Anfield club’s run to the final has been as incredible as it has been surprising, with the Reds breaking a number of records along the way.

FOX Sports Asia delves into some of the numbers behind Liverpool’s amazing season in Europe.

1590 – The number of kilometres the Liverpool team have covered in Europe this term

223 – Total attempts on goal during qualifying and the tournament proper

154 – Number of fouls committed by Liverpool players so far in this season’s Champions League

46 – Goals scored. An average of 3.29 per game (five headers, 22 right foot shots and 17 left foot strikes, plus two own goals)

31 – Total number of goals scored by Roberto Firmino (11), Mohamed Salah (11) and Sadio Mane. (In contrast, PSG scored a total of 27 and Bayern Munich 26).

21 – Yellow cards collected, 1 red

16 – Goals conceded. Loris Karius (13) and Simon Mignolet (three)

2 – Draws, both against Sevilla. The Spanish side are the only side Liverpool have not beaten in the Champions League this season

1 – The number of losses for Liverpool en route to the final – the 4-2 semi-final second leg loss to Roma

*Stats include playoff games vs Hoffenheim

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