Champions League: Real Madrid v Paris Saint-Germain factfile

How do these European giants stack up ahead of Wednesday's showdown at the Bernabeu?

Cristiano Ronaldo's personal duel with Neymar is one of the features of this heavyweight clash.   -  Getty Images

Factfile on Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain ahead of the Champions League last 16, first-leg tie between the clubs at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday:

Previous meetings:

Real Madrid 1 PSG 0 - 2015/16 Champions League group stage

PSG 0 Real Madrid 0 - 2015/16 Champions League group stage

PSG 1 Real Madrid 1 - 1993/94 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup quarter-final second leg

Real Madrid 0 PSG 1 - 1993/94 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup quarter-final first leg

PSG 4 Real Madrid 1 - 1992/93 UEFA Cup quarter-final second leg

Real Madrid 3 PSG 1 - 1992/93 UEFA Cup quarter-final first leg

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Group stage performances:

Real Madrid - second in Group H behind Tottenham Hotspur

PSG - winners of Group B ahead of Bayern Munich with group-stage record of 25 goals scored

Leading scorers in all competitions:

Real Madrid: Cristiano Ronaldo (23 goals)

PSG: Neymar, Edinson Cavani (both 28 goals)

European Cup/Champions League best performances:

Real Madrid - winners 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1966, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2014, 2016, 2017

Paris Saint-Germain - semi-finals 1995

Quick facts

- Real Madrid has reached at least the quarter-finals in each of the last seven seasons. When it last fell in the last 16, in 2010, it was against another French side in Lyon.

- Cristiano Ronaldo is one goal away from reaching the 100 mark for Real Madrid in the Champions League.

- Paris coach Unai Emery won just five of 20 games against Real Madrid as a coach when in charge of Almeria, Valencia and Sevilla.

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