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20.10.2010 10:46

Barça-Copenhagen: Did you know ...

Champions League action returns to Camp Nou in midweek and there are plenty of statistics and curiosities.

► Barça have played five knockout ties with Danish teams and have never lost.

► The Blaugrana have only played Danish opposition once in the Champions League format as they beat Brondby 2-0 and 0-2.

► Copenhagen have played against a Spanish league club in six games and have not won with three draws and three defeats.

► 2006/07 was the last time Copenhagen reached the Champions League and they finished last in their group with seven points having lost all three away games.

► This season Copenhagen qualified for the group stage of the competition by beating Rosenborg and then BATE in the preliminary rounds.

► Copenhagen are one of six teams not to have conceded a goal as yet in the group stage this season.

► The Danes have recorded seven consecutive victories in all competitions ahead of the trip to Camp Nou.

► Daniel Alves is the only player to have appeared in all eleven of Barça's games this season.

► Of Barça's three summer signings, Adriano is the only one who yet to play in the Champions League this term.

► FC Barcelona have scored six goals in the Champions League so far with three in the first half of games and three in the second half.

► Pep Guardiola's team have won penalties in each of their games in the competition with Lionel Messi missing against Panathinaikos and David Villa converting against Rubin Kazan.

► One year ago, on 20 October, 2009, Barça were surprisingly beaten at home by Rubin Kazan, 1-2. So far this season the Blaugrana have four points to their name.
Barça-Copenhagen: Did you know ...
Familiar referee

French referee Stéphane Lannoy will take charge of the game against Copenhagen and he has officiated a Barça encounter just once before. That outing was when VfB Stuttgart visited Camp Nou in the 2007/08 season and the hosts, coached by Frank Rijkaard, won 3-1 Giovani dos Santos, Samuel Eto'o and Ronaldinho scored the goal.

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