Bayern Munich's Dominant Season in Numbers
Bayern Munich dominated Barcelona on Tuesday night in the UEFA Champions League, winning 4-0 at Allianz Arena in the first leg of their semifinal tie. In a season of high points, the result might have been the highest yet.
Already Bundesliga champions by a wide margin, Bayern Munich now must be considered favorites to win the Champions League as well. With a date in the DFB-Pokal looming next month as well, Die Roten are well placed to win a memorable treble of trophies.
Naturally, a season as dominant as Bayern's has produced plenty of numerical minutiae. Keep reading for some of the best.
Bayern Munich scored four goals against Barcelona in Tuesday's Champions League semifinal first leg.
The 4-0 defeat tied for the worst result in Barcelona's Champions League history (per Opta).
Ten Bayern Munich players have scored in the Champions League this season. Thomas Muller has scored the most with seven, while Xherdan Shaqiri and Franck Ribery have scored once each.
Bayern have scored 26 goals in 11 Champions League games.
Bayern have won 26 league matches this season, a Bundesliga record. Currently, Die Roten have won 13 straight league matches, another record.
Through 30 games, they have amassed 81 points and need only one more to set a Bundesliga record for most points in a season.
Bayern have conceded only eight goals away from home in the Bundesliga and Champions League this season.
That total includes just three goals conceded in 15 Bundesliga matches away from the Allianz Arena.
Eight also represents the number of consecutive games Bayern won to start the Bundesliga season, a league record.
Bayern clinched their 23rd German title on April 6 after beating Eintracht Frankfurt away.
Bayern started the Bundesliga season with five straight clean sheets in away games, another league record.
Bayern clinched the Bundesliga title on Matchday 28, with six games left in the season—yet another league record.
Bayern have scored 89 goals in the Bundesliga this season, yet another league record.
Bayern have outscored Bundesliga opponents by 75 goals this season.
If the season ended today, that would be another Bundesliga record.
Bayern have already clinched the Bundesliga title and remain alive in the UEFA Champions League and German cup.
Die Roten would be the first German club to win such a treble of trophies in a single season.