Borussia Dortmund and Paris Saint-Germain are the two most attack-minded teams in Europe, scoring goals than every other team, MySportDab reports.
Tonight, both teams will meet at the Westfalenstadion on and also at the Parc des Princes on March 11, night on impossible things.
Borrusia Dortmund Goals
Dortmund have scored a total of 79 goals in their 32 competitive matches in the Bundesliga, German Super Cup, German Cup and Champions League so far this season.
But even that impressive total is not good enough for PSG’s 114 goals in 39 matches across the French Ligue 1, the French Cup, French League Cup, Champions Trophy and Champions League.
So with Dortmund averaging 2.46 goals per match and PSG at 2.92, there is no way tonight’s match will end goalless.
Borrusia Dortmund Attack
Paco Alcacer was Dortmund’s top goalscorer earlier in the season but suffered various injury issues which saw him overtaken by England winger Jadon Sancho (16) and Marco Reus (12) in the scoring department.
But they’re all likely to be overthroned by January signing Erling Braut Haaland, the Norwegian striker who arrived mid-season from Red Bull Salzburg and has already scored nine goals in six matches for Dortmund.
Haaland is a crucial part of Dortmund’s 25 goals in just six matches (an average of 4.16 goals per match) since German football returned from its annual winter break.
Paris Saint-Germain Attack
PSG are unlikely to be scared by Dortmund because they have scored a shocking total of 48 goals in 13 matches across all competitions since New Year’s Day.
They have a ‘Fantastic Four’ team which includes Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, Mauro Icardi and Angel Di Maria, who contribute the majority of their goals.
MySportDab can confirm that Mbappe leads their attack with 24 goals, ready and set ahead of France’s Euro 2020 campaign, while Icardi has 19, Neymar on 15 and Di Maria at 12.
Spanish midfielder Pablo Sarabia has 12 goals as well.
They have scored up six goals in three different matches so far this season and five goals thrice with plenty of opponents not good enough.
To keep things neutral, none of PSG’s 26 matches in the Champions League knockout stages have ever finished goalless.
And Dortmund have also never failed to score fewer than two goals in six Champions League home matches against French clubs.
So get ready for tonight, this could be a match of the season.
Kick Off:- 8pm/9pm