We have faced the Italian club three times in the Champions League – winning all three.
In the reverse fixture, we won 2-1 thanks to the goals from Griezmann and Suárez.
We’re unbeaten at home against Italian clubs since 1999, when we lost to Parma. Since then, we have earned six wins and a draw.
In the 40 Champions League home games we’ve played since Simeone took over as our coach, we have only conceded 19 goals (0.48 per game – the lowest average in the history of the competition).
Griezmann has scored three times in his last two Champions League matches: once against Milan and twice against Liverpool. This makes him our top scorer in the competition. Brahim, Rafael Leão and Rebic have scored for Milan.
João Félix has been involved in four of our last five Champions League goals at the Wanda Metropolitano (three goals and one assist).
Our team has covered 474.2 kilometres in the current Champions League campaign, an average of 118.55 per match, while Milan have covered 447.74 (112.19 per game).