Dortmund and Legia break Champions League goals record
Borussia Dortmund's 8-4 Group F home victory over Legia Warsaw on Tuesday evening created competition history.
Borussia Dortmund and Legia Warsaw made Champions League history on Tuesday night, registering the highest-scoring match ever in the competition.
Marco Reus hit a hat-trick for the Bundesliga outfit as they maintained their stranglehold on Group F top spot by thumping Legia 8-4 at Signual Iduna Park.
12 - Borussia Dortmund 8-4 Legia Warsaw is now the highest scoring Champions League game of all time. Record.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) 22 November 2016
Total haul of 12 surpasses Monaco-Depor goal fest
The game's total of 12 goals beats the 11 shared by Monaco and Deportivo La Coruña when the Ligue 1 side saw off the Spaniards 8-3 in November 2003.
Dortmund travel to face Real Madrid on 7 December - with both teams already through to the last 16 - needing to avoid defeat to qualify as group winners.
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