Real Madrid is the team that has made the most money since the European Cup was renamed the Champions League in 1992. The team leads the ranking with 863 million euros. Bayern and Barça, its main pursuers.
Erling Haaland's debut in the Champions League has been record-breaking in every sense of the term. With his two goals against PSG, the Norwegian beat Eden Hazard and Philippe Coutinho to come within one step of Ronaldo Nazario in terms of the number of goals scored in the top European competition.
Jose Mourinho, now Tottenham coach, will be in familiar territory this evening. Although he's not had the chance to coach a team in the Champions League's round of 16 since 2017-18, he has found himself reaching that position twelve times before... And his teams have gone through the next round more than half of those.
Wolverhampton Wanderers have only sporadically enjoyed European football since their golden era in the 1950s, but a controversial connection with Portuguese super-agent Jorge Mendes has made them a force to be reckoned with again.