The match against Bayern in numbers

The stand-out stats from Paris Saint-Germain's 3-2 UEFA Champions League quarter-final first-leg win over the reigning European champions.


It was the first time Bayern had conceded two goals in a Champions League first half since September 2017. The last team to do it? Paris Saint-Germain at the Parc des Princes.


Paris Saint-Germain brought Bayern's 19-game unbeaten run in the competition to an end. The German champions had last lost on 13 March 2019 when Liverpool beat them 3-1.


The number of goals scored by Kylian Mbappé, making him the club's leading scorer in the knockout stages of European competition.
It's also the number of goals he scored to make a 10th brace of the season in all competitions.
And it's the number of minutes needed to beat Manuel Neuer: 148 seconds in fact, the club's fastest Champions League goal since Dani Alves scored after 84 seconds against Bayern on 27 September, 2017.


Keylor Navas kept himself warm on a wintry Bavarian night with 10 saves from Bayern's 12 shots on target. The hosts had 31 attempts at goal over the 90 minutes.


Paris Saint-Germain had six shots in the game with four on target, scoring three.


Neymar Jr produced two assists - for Mbappé and Marquinhos – meaning he's now been involved in nine goals in his last six knockout games in the competition (6 goals, 3 assists).


Angel Di Maria teed up Mbappé for the third Parisian goal, and means he's now reached the 100-assist milestone. He's fast closing in on the club record held by Safet Susic (103).