Relive the action from tonight’s UEFA Champions League last-16 second-leg match at the Emirates Stadium on our Arsenal vs Porto stats page.

Arsenal vs Porto Post-Match Facts

  • Arsenal have progressed to the quarter-final of the UEFA Champions League for the first time since 2009-10, ending a run of seven consecutive last 16 eliminations in the competition.
  • This was the first UEFA Champions League knockout match to go to a penalty shootout since the 2016 final between Atlético Madrid and Real Madrid.
  • Porto have been eliminated from each of their last eight major European knockout ties against English opposition since knocking Manchester United out of the 2003-04 UEFA Champions League last 16.
  • This was only the second time Arsenal were taken to extra-time in a UEFA Champions League match, and first since the 2008-09 last 16 against Roma, which they also progressed from after a penalty shootout.
  • Leandro Trossard became only the third player to score in each of his first three UEFA Champions League home games for Arsenal, after Alexis Sánchez and Bukayo Saka.
  • Martin Ødegaard has seven assists for Arsenal this season in all competitions, with tonight’s his first in the UEFA Champions League – this is as many as he provided in the whole of last season for the Gunners.
  • There were 74 fouls over the two legs of this last 16 tie between Arsenal and FC Porto – the most in a knockout tie between two sides in the UEFA Champions League since the 2015-16 last 16 tie between Bayern Munich and Juventus (76).
  • Porto defender Pepe became the first ever outfield player to appear in a UEFA Champions League match at the age of 41 or older.

Arsenal vs Porto Timeline

Arsenal vs Porto Timeline
Arsenal 1-0 Porto Timeline

Arsenal vs Porto Stats Centre

Our Opta match centre delivers you all of the Arsenal vs Porto stats from Tuesday’s Champions League clash in London.

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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