All good things have to end. When Borussia Dortmund beat Real Madrid 2-1, Cristiano Ronaldo lost his first ever CL match in which he scored. He has now won 26 CL matches, drawn three and lost one in which he scored. Click read more to see what tonight’s CL action gave us in facts and figures.
> Real have scored in 14 consecutive away matches in the CL, equalling the all-time record by Bayern (2005-2009 and Barcelona (2009-2012).
> Ronaldo scored his 43rd CL goal. He has now scored equal many goals away (21) as in home matches (21) with one goal scored on neutral ground.
> Ajax became the eighth club to beat both Manchester City and Man United in European competitions after Bayern München, Fenerbahçe, Górnik Zabrze, Juventus, Real Madrid, Sporting CP and Valencia CF
> Málaga CF have won their first three CL matches in their debut season, becoming only the fourth club in history to do so. AC Milan (92/93), Paris Saint-Germain (94/95) and Juventus (95/96) did so before.
> Zenit claimed their tenth win in the Champions League (10W - 6D - 9L). Their victory also marked the first ever CL matchround in which two Russians clubs recorded a win (Spartak Moskva beat Benfica 2-1 on Tuesday).
> Olympiacos have now won four of their 44 away matches in the CL. Two of these matches came against French clubs: Marseille and Montpellier.
> Schalke beat Arsenal 0-2 to record their first ever away win in England after four losses and one draw.
> PSG ended their winless streak of 10 away matches in the Champions League that ran since beating IFK Göteborg 0-1 in 1997.
> FC Porto won their 100th home match in all European competitions (158 matches: 100W – 34D – 24L).