A 1-1 draw at the Philips Stadion in Eindhoven as Luuk de Jong’s penalty cancels out Donyell Malen’s opener in this UEFA Champions League last 16 first leg. Find the best facts and numbers from the game with our PSV vs Borussia Dortmund stats page.

PSV 1-1 Borussia Dortmund Post-Match Opta Facts

  • Borussia Dortmund remain unbeaten against PSV in European competition (W1 D2), with both sides scoring in all three such matches.
  • PSV are unbeaten in their last six UEFA Champions League games (W2 D4), their joint-longest such run in the competition, after a run of six between October 1997 and September 1998.
  • Dortmund remain unbeaten in all 23 of their Champions League away matches when ahead at half-time (W19 D4), with this the first time they’ve been pegged back to draw such an encounter in 14 games (W13), since November 2012 against Real Madrid (2-2).
  • Luuk de Jong has scored nine Champions League goals for PSV, overtaking Ruud van Nistelrooy (8) as the top goal scorer for the Dutch club in the competition.
  • Dortmund’s Donyell Malen became the first Dutch player to score against a Dutch team in the knockout stages of the Champions League, and the first in any round of the competition since Arjen Robben for Bayern Munich against PSV in October 2016.
  • At 35 years 66 days old, Borussia Dortmund’s Mats Hummels is the oldest German outfield player to start a Champions League knockout stage game since Ulf Kirsten for Bayer Leverkusen against Liverpool in April 2002 (36y 126d).
  • PSV have scored six of their last seven penalties in major European competition (with De jong netting the last two), having missed four in a row between February 2015 and September 2016 (one miss from De Jong).

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PSV 1-1 Borussia Dortmund Stats Centre

Our Opta match centre delivers you all of the PSV vs Borussia Dortmund stats from Tuesday’s Champions League last-16 first leg at the Philips Stadion in Eindhoven.

The match centre below includes team and player stats, expected goals data, passing networks, an Opta chalkboard and more. It gives you everything you need to do your own post-match analysis of the game.

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