NEWS | 02/05/2017 | Javier GarcíaReal Madrid have scored 28 goals averaging almost three per game.
Quality in attack will be key to taking advantage in the semi-finals of the Champions League. The Whites, who today welcome Atlético to the Bernabéu (8:45pm CEST), are the top goal scorers in the competition. In the 10 matches played, they have scored 28 goals, or 2.8 per game. Cristiano Ronaldo, with 7, and Benzema, 5, top the list of 11 Madrid goal scorers in Europe.
The opponents in this round, Atlético Madrid, have scored 13, while the other two semi-finalists are also behind (Monaco, 21 goals and Juventus, 17). Taking into account all the teams that have participated in this season’s Champions League, the only one that is near Real Madrid is Borussia Dortmund, who also scored 28 goals.
Goals at the Bernabéu
At home, the scoring record of Zidane's side is even better. In 5 games they have scored 16 goals (3.2 on average) and have always scored at least two goals. The biggest results came against Legia Warsaw (5-1) in the Group Stage and the most recent game against Bayern Munich (4-2).