Liverpool's Sadio Mane celebrates scoring their first goal. Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
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Since then the spoils have been shared out by clubs from La Liga and the Bundesliga with Real Madrid winning it three times, Barcelona once and Bayern Munich once.It is the first time that five clubs from one country have advanced from the group phase and on five of the six previous seasons that all of the English clubs involved reached the knockout stage, at least one has made it to the final.While the road to Kiev is still a long one, the statistics underline the resurgence of the English clubs this season.Liverpool are the competition's top scorers with 28 goals so far and their win in Porto was the joint biggest away Champions League knockout victory, equaling Bayern Munich's 5-0 win at Sporting in February 2009 and Real Madrid at Schalke in February 2014 .
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