Liverpool’s Champions League campaign in numbers

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.

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