Tuesday’s Champions League games make goal-scoring history

Tuesday’s Champions League games saw wins for Manchester City and Atletico Madrid in two outstanding matches.

Manchester City overcame a 3-2 deficit, to score three goals in the last 20 minutes to win 5-3. In Germany, Atletico Madrid defeated Bayer Leverkusen 4-2.

The 14 goals scored in both games, means that a single day of Champions League football has finally broken the seven goal barrier.

Three matchdays (including two finals) had seen a six goal average, but the second night of 2003 Champions League quarter-final second-legs is the only time a six-goal average has been seen over more than one game.



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