The UEFA Champions League is the biggest club competition in Europe and many are those who believe that it is the most competitive club competition in the world. Real Madrid is the all-time leading winner with 11 trophies with Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid being the all-time top scorer with 95 goals and Iker Casillas former captain of Real Madrid have made most appearances by making 158 appearances. Real Madrid is the defending champions of the 2016-17 champions league. 
2016-17 Champions League Statistics

Here are statistics of the 2016-17 champions league with 80 games played so far.

General Statistics:
• Total Matches Played: 80 games
• Total Goals Scored: 232 goals
• Average goals per game: 3 goals
• Home wins: 30 games
• Away wins: 25 games
• Draws: 25 games
• Games with less than 3 goals: 38 Matches
• Games with more than 3 goals: 42 Matches

Player Statistics:
Top Scorers;

2016-17 Champions League Statistics
1. Lionel Messi (Barcelona): 9 goals
2. Edinson Cavani ( PSG): 5 goals
3. Riyad Mahrez ( Leicester): 4 goals
4. Mesut Ozil ( Arsenal): 4 goals
5. Robert Lewandowski ( Bayern Munich): 4 goals

Top Assits:
1. Neymar ( Barcelona): 7 assist
2. Ousmane Dembele ( Dortmund): 4 assist
3. Eduardo Salvio ( Benfica): 4 assists
4. Cristiano Ronaldo ( Real Madrid): 4 assists

Shots at Goal.
1. Lionel Messi ( Barcelona): 10 shots on target and 6 shots off target
2. IIkay Gundogan ( Manchester City): 10 shots on target and 3 shots off target
3. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ( Dortmund): 9 shots on target and 5 shots off target
4. Edinson Cavani ( PSG): 9 shots on target and 10 shots off target
5. Cristiano Ronaldo ( Real Madrid): 9 shots on target and 13 shots off target

Pass Completed:
1. Marco Verrati ( PSG): 502 passes
2. Koke ( Atletico Madrid): 418 passes
3. Gabi ( Atletico Madrid): 410 passes
4. Steven N’Zonzi ( Sevilla): 402 passes
5. Kalidou Koulibaly ( Napoli): 379

Discipline Record:
1. Marco Verrati ( PSG): 5 yellow cards and 1 red card
2. Fernandinho ( Manchester City): 3 yellow cards and 1 red card
3. Petar Stojanovic ( Dinamo Zagreb): 3 yellow cards and 1 red card
4. Serhiy Sydorchuk ( Dynamo Kyiv): 3 yellow cards and 1 red card
5. Franco Vazquez ( Sevilla): 2 yellow cards and 1 red card

Club Statistics:
Goals Scored:
1. Dortmund (Germany): 19 goals
2. Barcelona ( Spain): 16 goals
3. Real Madrid ( Spain): 14 goals
4. Arsenal ( England): 14 goals
5. Bayern Munich ( Germany): 13 goals
6. Manchester City ( England): 11 goals
7. PSG ( France): 11 goals

Pass Completed:
1. Bayern Munich ( Germany): 3,493 passes
2. PSG ( France): 3,106 passes
3. Barcelona ( Spain): 2,940 passes
4. Dortmund ( Germany): 2,890 passes
5. Real Madrid ( Spain): 2,733 passes
6. Juventus ( Italy): 2,666 passes
7. Atletico Madrid ( Spain): 2,558 passes

Total Goal Attempt:
1. Bayern Munich (Germany): 104 attempts
2. Real Madrid (Spain): 95 attempts
3. Atletico Madrid (Spain): 91 attempts
4. Dortmund (Germany): 86 attempts
5. Porto (Portugal): 78 attempts

Fouls Committed:
1. Basel (Switzerland): 100 fouls
2. Lyon (France): 84 fouls
3. Benfica (Portugal): 79 fouls
4. Dynamo Kyiev (Ukraine): 76 fouls
5. Napoli (Italy): 73 fouls

Least Goals Scored:
1. Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia): 0
2. Basel (Switzerland): 2 goals scored
3. Dynamo Kyiev (Ukraine): 2 goals scored
4. Club Brugge (Belgium): 2 goals scored
5. Tottenham (England): 3 goals scored

Worse Defence;
1. Legia Warszawa (Poland): 24 goals conceded
2. Celtic (Scotland): 15 goals conceded
3. Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia): 13 goals conceded
4. Ludogorets Razgrad (Romania): 13 goals conceded
5. FK Rostov (Russia): 12 goals conceded
6. Club Brugge (Belgium): 12 goals conceded

Referees;
Most Yellow Cards:
1. Mark Clattenburg (England): 16 yellow cards
2. Cuneyt Carkir (Turkey): 16 yellow cards
3. Milorad Mazic (Serbia): 14 yellow cards
4. Szymon Marciniak (Poland): 13 yellow cards
5. Filix Brych (Germany): 13 yellow cards
6. Bjorn Kuipers (Nederland): 13 yellow cards