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With all eight places confirmed for this season's Champions League quarter finals, the stats for the competition reveal that Barça are out front in most categories. Below is a breakdown for the teams still involved:

Goals scored
1. FC Barcelona, 30 goals (3,75 per game)
2. Real Madrid, 24 goals (3 per game)
3. Bayern and Chelsea, 18 goals (2,25 per game)

Goals conceded
1. Real Madrid, 4 goals (0,5 per game)
2. FC Barcelona and Marseille, 6 goals (0,75 per game)

Shots
1. FC Barcelona, 134 efforts (16,75 per game)
2. Chelsea, 127 efforts (15,88 per game)
3. Real Madrid, 120 efforts (15 per game)

Efforts on goal
1. Real Madrid, 70 efforts (8,75 per game)
2. FC Barcelona, Bayern and Chelsea, 67 efforts (8,38 per game)

Efforts off target
1. FC Barcelona, 67 efforts (8,38 per game)
2. AC Milan, 61 efforts (7,62 per game)
3. Chelsea, 60 efforts (7.5 per game)

Corners
1. FC Barcelona, 54 corners (6,75 per game)
2. Real Madrid, 44 corners (5,5 per game)
3.Benfica, 43 corners (5.38 per game)

Possession
1. FC Barcelona, 69% possession
2. Chelsea, 59% possession
3. Bayern, 56% possession

Fouls received
1. Marseille, 119 (14,88 per game)
2. AC Milan, 117 (14,75 per game)
3. FC Barcelona, 110 (13,75 per game)

Fouls committed
1. FC Barcelona, 78 9,75 per game)
2. Real Madrid, 91 (11,38 per game)
3. Chelsea, 102 (12,75 per game)

Yellow cards
1. FC Barcelona, 10 (1,25 per game)
2. Bayern, Chelsea and Real Madrid, 15 (1,88 per game)

Red cards
1. FC Barcelona and Chelsea, 0
2. Real Madrid, Benfica, Bayern, AC Milan and APOEL, 1

Two wins off United’s record

There is another record on the horizon for Guardiola's men – the total number of wins in the Champions League. Right now, that's held by Manchester United with 98, but both Barça and Real Madrid are just two wins behind. In the goalscoring table for the competition, Real Madrid have 337 goals, with Barça currently just one behind.


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