ahead of the decisive game
- Maximize 83% Opportunity Tottenham escape
Armed with a 2-2 away result, Tottenham Hotspur have a chance of passing 83% into the Champions League quarterfinals. Statistics support the achievement of that target.
Spurs held Juventus 2-2 at Juventus Arena in the first leg of the last 16. Two away goals they make are very important for the second leg at Wembley on Thursday (8/3/2018) early morning hrs. One interesting fact that emerged ahead of the game is a chance Spurs escape was very large. According to OneFootball data, when the score 2-2 occurred in the first leg knockout Champions League, the team who hosted the second leg had a chance to qualify for 83 percent (10/12 last game).
Spurs also became the first team to manage two goals scored by Juventus at home since moving there in 2011. It shows that Spurs are not a careless team.
- Here are other interesting facts ahead of Spurs vs. Juventus
Together with Barcelona and Liverpool, Spurs are the unbeaten side in the Champions League this season.
Spurs always win in the last four Champions League match at Wembley. Their best home record throughout appearing in this competition.
In four games, Spurs are always able to score three goals.
However, Spurs only make one clean sheet in six home games in the Champions League.
Juventus only lost once from seven away games in Champions League knockout (3 Win 3 Series), also recorded a clean sheet in the last three games.
78 percent of Juventus' goals in the Champions League this season come in the first 15 minutes or 15 minutes of the final game (7-9).
Juventus reached the final of the Champions League twice in the last three years. While Spurs have only penetrated the quarter-finals in 2010/2011.
Harry Kane has a role in 53 percent Spurs goal in the Champions League this season. (7 goals and 2 assists).
Kane is also capable of scoring nine goals in nine Champions League matches. Make it the fastest player to achieve nine goals in this competition.
Dele Alli made four assists on Spurs' last seven goals in the Champions League.
Gonzalo Higuain scored four goals in the last four Champions League knockout matches.
Gianluigi Buffon only need one clean sheet again to reach 50 clean sheets in the Champions League. Only two goalkeepers were able to reach the milestone, namely Iker Casillas (55 clean sheets) and Edwin Van der Sar (50 clean sheets).