Liverpool’s Champions League campaign in numbers
The Reds will play Real Madrid in the Champions League final in Kiev on May 26.
Liverpool have reached their first Champions League final since 2007 – where they will play Real Madrid – following a 7-6 aggregate win in their semi-final against Roma on Wednesday.
Here, Press Association Sport looks at the key numbers in their run to Kiev.
1 – The amount of games Liverpool have lost en route to the final – the 4-2 semi-final second-leg defeat to Roma.
40 – Goals scored, at an average of 3.33 a game.
189 – Total attempts on goal for Jurgen Klopp’s side.
6 – The number of times Liverpool have hit the woodwork in the Champions League this year.
1362.2 – The amount of kilometres the players have covered in Europe this term.
21 – Yellow cards collected.
139 – Fouls committed by the Reds in the Champions League this season.
11 – Roberto Firmino and Mo Salah have both scored 11 times in Europe during Liverpool’s run to the final.
16 – Goals conceded by Loris Karius (13) and Simon Mignolet (three).
5 – Headers scored by Liverpool, with 19 right-footed goals and 15 left-footed strikes.