Qualified for the knock-out stages of the competition in top spot in Group B, Paris Saint-Germain set a number of new records during the group stage of the UEFA Champions League.
Paris finished top of its group in the Champions League for the third time in the competition's current format (since 2003-04), after 2012-13 and 2013-14.
Les Rouge et Bleu have scored 25 goals in the Champions League this season, the highest total for a team in the group stage in the competition's history. The previous record of 21 was set by Borussia Dortmund in 2016-17.
Paris have lost their last two competitive matches, in all competitions, (vs Strasbourg and Bayern Munich). It's the first time in three years that Paris have lost two in a row (vs Barcelona and Guingamp in December 2014).
Kylian Mbappé has scored two of Paris Saint-Germain's last five goals in the Champions League. He has scored 10 goals in the 15 Champions League matches, and its the youngest player to reach double figures in the competition's history. At the same age - 18yrs - Wayne Rooney had scored three goals, Patrick Kluivert, two, and Lionel Messi, one.
Edinson Cavani made his 50th Champions League appearances and provided a fourth assist in the competition, and his first since 19 October 2016 vs Basel. Cavani is the third Uruguayan player to bring up a half-century of Champions League appearances after Paolo Montero and Diego Godín.
3800 travelling fans were cheering on Paris Saint-Germain at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday night. In the sold out 70,000-seater stadium, the Rouge et Bleu supporters could be heard singing and chanting throughout the entire match.