Every team strives to perform well in the UEFA Champions League. Scoring more goals is what enables a side to win the majority of UCL matches. The following are the top five clubs in UEFA Champions League history in terms of goals scored.
1. Real Madrid - The Spanish club currently holds the record for the most goals scored in the UEFA Champions League. They have amassed a total of 1,001 goals in the UCL. They have scored nine goals in the 2021/2022 season. Winning 13 UEFA Champions League titles has aided with their goal scoring.
2. Bayern Munich - With 768 goals, they are second. Bayern has 17 goals in the Champions League this season.
3. Barcelona - They are the third highest scoring team in the UCL. Barcelona has 655 UEFA Champions League goals.
4. Man United - In the UEFA Champions League, the Red Devils have scored 529 goals. This season, they have scored eight goals in the UCL. They scored twice in a 2-2 draw with Atalanta.
5. Juventus - They have 468 goals in the Champions League.
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