Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich: 50 things you should know about the Champions League final
All the stats, facts and information you could ever want
Friday 24 May 2013
This weekend Wembley plays host to the biggest and most hotly anticipated game of the season - the Champions League final.
The match will be played out between German giants Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich and ahead of the game we bring you all the stats, facts and information you could possibly want to know.
Which side holds the historical upper hand? Who has the highest pass completion rate? How many times have finals been played between teams from the same country? For the answers to these and 47 other questions, CLICK HERE or click 'VIEW GALLERY' above and launch our guide to 50 things you need to know about the Champions League final.
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