More goals than shots on target in Arsenal-PSG...how's stat happened?

Arsenal's 2-2 Champions League draw against Paris Saint-Germain had no shortage of drama and even included an interesting statistical quirk.

With four goals in the Group A contest at the Emirates Stadium you would, naturally, assume that there was a minimum of four efforts on target.

But think again.

Opta stats showed it was the first time since Rangers' encounter with Unirea back in 2009 that a Champions League game had featured more goals than shots on target.

The obvious question that springs to mind is how?

Olivier Giroud's penalty and Edinson Cavani's tap-in counted as efforts on target, but own goals from Marco Verratti and Alex Iwobi led to the statistical anomaly.

Now stat's something you do not see every week!

Read Full Story

FROM OUR PARTNERS