The 16th Round of the Champions League ended on Wednesday after the tournament was held in 4 days, spread over two weeks.

The first leg saw the end of all matches with the victory of one of its sides, to miss a draw, where Paris Saint-Germain, Liverpool, Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Chelsea, and Real Madrid won away from their territory.

Porto is the only team to have managed to emerge victorious from home, having beaten Juventus (2-1).

- Real Madrid is the only Spanish team to have won the first leg after the fall of the trio of Atlético Madrid, Barcelona, and Sevilla.

- The English trio Chelsea, Liverpool, and Man City succeeded in winning back, ensuring that they qualify for the round of 8 by a large percentage, where no English team has ever been excluded in the knockout roles after victory in going away from home.

- For the first time since the 2003-2004 season, 7 teams have won out of their bases in the round of 16.

- Manchester City has kept their nets clean in their first four champions league matches this season, something that has not happened since neighboring Manchester United did it in the 2010-2011 season.

- Atalanta finished their match against Real Madrid without hitting a ball on the goal, which is the first time since facing Inter Milan in Serie A in April 2019.

- Gabriel Jesus, the Manchester City striker, became a constant visitor to the box in the round of 16, where he scored in all five of his appearances in the round of 16, scoring 5 goals.

- Real Madrid equaled their rivals Barcelona as the two most exposed rivals to the expulsion in front of them in the elimination rounds with 15 red cards.

-Hans-Dieter Flick, Bayern Munich coach, has a 93% victory in the championship, winning 14 of the 15 matches, the highest in the history of the competition.

- Jamal Musiala, the Bayern player, became the youngest Englishman to score a goal in the Champions League, and the youngest to score for a German team in the championship, at the age of 17 years and 363 days.

- Edouard Mendy, Chelsea goalkeeper, managed to keep his net clean in 5 of the 6 games he has appeared in this season's championship, more than any other goalkeeper.

- Chelsea became the first team to beat Atlético Madrid at home in the elimination rounds under the leadership of Argentine coach Diego Simeone.

- Joshua Kimmich, the star of Bayern reached 38 victories in the championship, becoming the most played ever to win his first 50 games.

- Bayern Munich kept their unbeaten record in 18 consecutive league games, one step away from the longest unbeaten streak, which lasted 19 games between 2001 and 2002.

Olivier Giroud became the blues' biggest player in the Champions League knockout stage at the age of 34 and 146 days.