A pair of 3-1 wins take the reigning European champions into the Champions League quarter-finals. Look back on their second-leg victory with our Manchester City vs Copenhagen stats centre.

Manchester City vs Copenhagen Post-Match Opta Facts

● Manchester City have won 28 of their last 30 home games in the UEFA Champions League (D2), including each of their last 12 in a row. They are only the second side to go 30+ consecutive home matches without defeat in the competition, after Barcelona (38 from September 2013 to November 2020).

● Manchester City are the first side in major European competition history to score 3+ goals in nine consecutive home matches, a run which started with a 5-0 win over Copenhagen back in October 2022.

● Copenhagen scored their first ever away UEFA Champions League goal in England, in their sixth match; Mohamed Elyounoussi’s goal was their 47th attempt on English soil in the competition.

● Manchester City went 2-0 ahead after just nine minutes in this match, their fastest ever two-goal lead in a UEFA Champions League match and the quickest by an English team since Manchester United against Bayern Munich in April 2010 (7th minute).

● Erling Haaland has scored 10 goals in four appearances in the home legs of Last 16 UEFA Champions League ties, netting six in two for Manchester City (5 vs RB Leipzig last season, 1 tonight). Since his debut in the competition in September 2019, he is the outright overall top scorer with 41 goals, one ahead of Robert Lewandowski (40).

● Julián Álvarez has been involved in 11 goals in his last 10 UEFA Champions League appearances (7 goals, 4 assists) for Manchester City, despite only starting three of those games. Álvarez has now played 15 times in the competition without losing (W12 D3), the joint most of any player along with Florent Sinama-Pongolle (W6 D9 for Liverpool and Atlético de Madrid).

● Eighteen-year-old Jacob Wright became the 27th different teenager handed his UEFA Champions League debut by Pep Guardiola, and 16th while he’s been Man City boss – only Arsène Wenger (43) has ever awarded more in the competition’s history.

● Copenhagen became the first team to start three teenagers (Froholdt, Óskarsson & Clem) in a UEFA Champions League knockout match since Ajax vs Borussia Dortmund in March 1996 (Kiki Musampa, Nordin Wooter & Kanu). At 18 years and 10 days, Victor Froholdt was the youngest Danish player to ever start a game in the competition.

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Manchester City vs Copenhagen Stats Centre

Our Opta match centre delivers you all of the Man City vs Copenhagen stats from Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League last-16 second leg at the Etihad Stadium.

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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