Stats & Facts: the game in Manchester in focus

We take a look at the key numbers to come out of Wednesday's 2-1 loss to Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League.

Paris, beaten but through 

Paris Saint-Germain still managed to secure a place in the Round of 16 despite the loss in England. It's the 10th successive season they have achieved the feat, something only Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and - potentially this season - Barcelona have also done since 2012/13.

Keylor Navas AMONG THE PARISIAN TOP 10 'keepers

With his appearance between the posts at the City of Manchester Stadium, the Costa Rica international is now among the club's top 10 goalkeepers in terms of appearances. He's behind Bernard Lama (318 matches), Joël Bats (285 matches), Dominique Baratelli (281 matches), Salvatore Sirigu (188 matches), Lionel Letizi (186 matches), Mickaël Landreau (151 matches), Ilija Pantelic (114 matches), Alphonse Areola (107 matches) and Jérôme Alonzo (101 matches). Navas is now level with Camille Choquier on 93 matches in the Rouge-et-Bleu shirt.

Kylian Mbappé CLINICAL IN THE Champions League 

The Parisian number 7 scored his 29th UEFA Champions League goal, pulling himself level with David Trezeguet in third place among French all-time leading scorers in the competition and behind only Karim Benzema and Thierry Henry. The France international has been involved in at least five goals in his last six Champions League seasons, only Benzema and Robert Lewandowski have managed that.


The club has now found the net in an incredible 37 consecutive group games, scoring a total of 102 goals, since last drawing a blank at Madrid in November 2015. It was the club's 20th competitive game of the season, and their record now reads: 14 wins, 3 draws, 3 defeats.