Social Zone: The chaos from Atletico Madrid vs Manchester City provides us with two incredible stats

Two outrageous statistics sum up the chaos that unfolded in the Champions League last night, plus take a look at Netflix's first attempt at designing a football shirt.

It's fair to say the second leg of the Champions League quarter-final between Atletico Madrid and Manchester City descended into chaos last night.

Nine cards were shown in 19 minutes, and there were reports of the Spanish police having to be involved in a tunnel altercation between Jack Grealish and Stefan Savic after full-time.

A uniquely entertaining 0-0...

But even with Savic pictured pulling Grealish's hair and making rash tackles, the burly centre-back was deemed to not have committed a single foul across both legs.

And he still managed to get booked. Impressive.

But there's one stat from the match that rises above all... and it's that Atletico Madrid only managed one more shot on target across both legs than they did touches of Jack Grealish's hair.

But amid all the drama from the Champions League this week, the new proposed changes to the tournament have somewhat gone unnoticed, and they're not exactly small tweaks.

The new 'wildcard' proposal will mean clubs that have previously performed well in Europe could be handed a spot regardless of their league position.

So buckle up Nottingham Forest fans, this is your time to shine!

In other news, Netflix have momentarily swapped streaming to become a shirt designer, using their hit show Top Boy as a sponsor for Hackney Wick FC's new kit.

I wouldn't be surprised to see Netflix sponsorship rise all the way to the Premier League soon, but in fairness - it's not a bad kit.

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