Leicester’s thrilling Champions League debut is at an end after a 2-1 aggregate defeat to Atletico Madrid in the quarter-finals.
Here, Press Association Sport takes a numerical look at the Foxes’ first foray among Europe’s elite.
– matches played by Craig Shakespeare and Claudio Ranieri’s men.
– goals scored.
– points total as they finished top of Group G.
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– Leicester’s average possession in Champions League games according to statistics on uefa.com.
– passes completed by the Foxes in European competition, out of 3,403 attempted.
– midfielder Danny Drinkwater was the only Leicester player to feature in all 10 games.
– goals scored by Riyad Mahrez, their top scorer in the competition. His goals all came in the group stage and included two penalties.
– saves made by Kasper Schmeichel as he conceded only four goals in eight appearances.
– team in the Champions League era who have gone further than Leicester on their first appearance – Villarreal’s run to the semi-finals in 2005-06.
– Leicester’s ranking in the UEFA club co-efficients at the end of their run, one place ahead of Sporting Lisbon. Before the season started, they did not even appear among the 450-plus clubs ranked.