Paris Saint-Germain’s 3-0 semi-last triumph was their eighth successive win in all rivalries (counting additional time and punishments), and brought them into their first UEFA Champions League (UCL) last after 110 games played in this competition (European Cup/UCL) – the most any side has played before arriving at their first last.
Fast beginning PSG have now gotten before the fifteenth moment in four of their last eight matches (before the 30th moment in six), and have even figured out how to return and win the last three games wherein they yielded the opener. Anyway, in spite of that, it’s important that every one of the eight past UCL H2Hs saw the victor on the day score first.
That shouldn’t concern Bayern Munich considering their 29-game unbeaten spat all rivalries (W28, D1) is the longest current dash of any group in Europe’s main five alliances. Actually, after their 3-0 whipping of Lyon in the semi-last, Bayern has scored a normal of 3.34 objectives per game over that unbeaten run.
Anyway in the UCL alone this season, Bayern’s normal ascents to a mind-boggling 4.2 objectives scored per coordinate, more than some other side in the competition’s history during a solitary battle – obscuring the past record which was held by as a matter of fact PSG (3.4 objectives in 2017/18). With Bayern scoring in the two parts in their last five serious games, just as 80% of their UCL matches this term, expect more objectives here.
Players to watch: After scoring the last break, Ángel Di María (PSG) has now gone unbeaten in every one of the 17 UCL matches he’s gotten in (W15, D2) – only three players have a superior unbeaten scoring record in UCL history.
Bayern’s Robert Lewandowski has scored in nine continuous UCL appearances (after the 75th moment in the past four) – just Cristiano Ronaldo (11) has gotten in additional.
Hot streak: PSG has scored in 34 back to back UCL matches. On the off chance that they locate the net here, they will set another scoring record in major UEFA European competitions.