Atlético-Liverpool, in 11 numbers

first_img-5 undefeated matches chained Liverpool in the Champions League, with four wins and one draw.-6 European Cup titles have won Liverpool throughout its history, in 1977, 1978, 1981, 1984, 2005 and 2019; the last one precisely at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium.-7 defeats have suffered Liverpool in his last 13 trips outside Anfield in European competitions.-8 goals against Liverpool has fit into the group stage of the tournament (three from Naples, three from Salzburg and two from Genk) for the five that Atlético has received: three from Juventus and two from Bayer Leverkusen, although only two of them in their stadium.-9 wins has won Liverpool in his 12 most recent matches in European tournaments, with two draws and only one defeat.-10 points added Atlético, second of his group, in the first phase of the tournament, with three wins (2-0 and 0-2 with Lokomotiv Moscow and 1-0 against Bayer Leverkusen), a draw (2-2 with Juventus) and two losses (1-0 with the Italian club and 2-1 with the German), while Liverpool, leader of his quartet, achieved 13 points, since he won four duels (4-3 and 0-2 to Salzburg and 1-4 and 2-1 to Genk), equaled one (1 -1 with Naples) and lost another: 2-0 in Italy.-11 Atletico Madrid players have been reprimanded in this edition of the Champions League (Correa, Diego Costa, Hermoso, Héctor Herrera, Lodi, Felipe, Morata, Saúl, Oblak, Thomas and Koke), but none is aware of a penalty for the return. Liverpool does have a player at risk of penalty: Andrew Robertson. –1 goal by Diego Forlán in the 9th minute he signed the local victory in the last Atlético de Madrid-Liverpool, corresponding to the semifinals of the Europa League 2009-10 and played on April 22, 2010 at the Vicente Calderón stadium.–2 goals scored both Alvaro Morata and Joao Félix in this edition of the Champions League. They are the two top scorers of the team in the tournament. The Portuguese is low due to injury this Tuesday.–3 goals in the last three games Mohamed Salah has achieved, which is also the best in that sense of his team in the current Champions League, with four goals in the six duels of the group stage.-4 games have faced Atlético de Madrid and Liverpool throughout their history, with a 1-0 red and white win, two draws to one and a 2-1 loss, Although the game lost in Anfield, with a goal from the Uruguayan Diego Forlán in extra time, it was like a victory for the Madrid team, because it was enough to advance to the final of the 2009-10 European League that then won the Fulham 2-1 . Atletico Madrid receives Liverpool on Tuesday, in the Wanda Metropolitano, in the first leg of the round of 16 of the Champions League. Thus the shock can be summarized in 11 numbers.last_img