Out of the 12 sides remaining in this seasons Champions League, remarkably only five of the 12 have previously gone onto win the competition, including Real Madrid who have won the trophy a record 13 times.
Because of the improvised format of the competition where the quarter-final and semi-final ties will all be decided by a single leg, it gives the underdogs of the ties more of a chance of pulling off an upset compared to the usual two-legged format. This is something that could prove to be decisive for the likes of Napoli, RB Leipzig and Atalanta, all of whom have not reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League before.
In addition to this, because the draw has already been made for the semi-final stage, it is now imminent that at least one of the two sides in the final will be a team that is yet to win the competition. This is because the winner of the quarter-final between Leipzig and Atletico Madrid will play against either Atalanta or PSG in one of the two semi-final ties.