Borussia Dortmund welcome Zenit St Petersburg to the Signal Iduna Park for the second-leg Round of 16 clash of the Champions League. Dortmund have certainly performed terribly this Bundesliga this season, but Jurgen Klopp’s men will look to put their domestic disappointments behind them by beating Zenit. Dortmund hold a 4-2 lead against Zenit. To watch the Borussia Dortmund vs Zenit St Petersburg Live Streaming, click here.


1- Borussia Dortmund have won their last three Champions League games (scoring 9 goals), best current run alongside Real Madrid.

2- Since last season, Dortmund have won eight of their nine home games in the Champions League (L1). They have scored at least three goals in five of the last six outings at Signal Iduna Park.

3- Borussia Dortmund have only kept one clean sheet in their last 11 Champions League games (3-0 win v Marseille at home this season).

4- Borussia Dortmund are unbeaten in their five encounters with Russian teams, in all competitions (W4 D1).

5- None of Dortmund’s last 11 Champions League games has ended in a draw (W7 L4).

6- Robert Lewandowski has scored or assisted 20 of BVB’s 39 goals since last season in the Champions League (16 goals, 4 assists), that’s a 51% involvement rate.


1- Zenit St Petersburg have only won one of their seven games in the Champions League this season, the lowest tally among the 16 teams in the knockout stages.

2- Zenit St Petersburg have never scored more than two goals in their 13 away Champions League games.

3- Zenit have conceded eight goals in their last two Champions League games, that’s as many as in their previous nine outings in the competition.

4- Hulk has scored or assisted 71% of Zenit’s goals in the Champions League this season (five out of seven). Only Cristiano Ronaldo (45) has had more shots than the Brazilian international (44).

Newly appointed manager Andre-Villas Boas will take charge of Zenit after the Dortmund match. But will his arrival herald a new-found confidence for the Russian giants? Marco Reus has added to the Borussia Dortmund injury list but can they hang on to the 4-2 lead against Zenit St Petersburg?