Galatasaray have won four and lost none of their five European matches at home to Romanian opposition.
Victory over Braga on Match Day One ended a run of eight consecutive defeats in European competition on the road for Cluj.
Galatasaray have won just one of their last nine Champions League games (W1 D2 L6) and lost six of the last seven.
Galatasaray have hit the woodwork more times than any other team so far (four).
Cluj have suffered fewer fouls than any other side in this season’s Champions League (just 15).
This is their third Champions League campaign and Cluj have won their opening game on all three occasions, but won no other matches, drawing one and losing four of the remaining five games in their previous two appearances in the Group Stages.
Mário Felgueiras made more saves than any other goalkeeper on Match Day One (10).