Valora Futbol UCL fans' top 5

Sport360 brings you the best five players from the Champions League quarter-final second leg games, as chosen by you, the supporters, through our ValoraFutbol fan ratings tool.

Sport360 staff
by Sport360 staff
21st April 2017

article:21st April 2017

After each Champions League week, Sport360 brings you the best five players from the UEFA Champions League, as chosen by you the supporters through our ValoraFutbol fan ratings tool.

YOU have direct influence on who appears in each top-five, so be sure to rate each weekend.


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1) MARCELO (REAL MADRID) – 8.1

The Brazilian was at his energetic best, storming up and down that left side. He produced a great last-ditch block to deny Thiago a certain goal in the first half before clearing Arjen Robben’s second half effort off the line.

He went on several marauding runs forward too and pierced straight through the heart of Bayern Munich’s defence for Madrid’s and Cristiano Ronaldo’s third.

2) MATS HUMMELS (BAYERN MUNICH) – 8.0

He was a big reason why Madrid were kept at bay for over 70 minutes on home turf.

His block to deny a Toni Kroos from a glorious position was one of the best moments of his match.

3) CRISTIANO RONALDO (REAL MADRID) – 7.7

He didn’t really cover himself in glory in the first half with a few stray passes, clumsy touches and ineffective dribbles. However, you can’t keep him quiet for too long and he almost predictably struck first for Madrid to cancel out Robert Lewandowski’s penalty.

He then chested down a ball and drilled it home in extra-time before tapping in a third to complete his hat-trick.


4) LEONARDO BONUCCI (JUVENTUS) – 7.5

Produced a masterful performance along with Giorgio Chiellini. He made several blocks and interceptions, was expertly positioned and dealt with everything in the air.

5) MARCO ASENSIO (REAL MADRID) – 7.5

The Madrid youngster was full of running when he came on after the hour mark. His mobility caused problems and capped a fine performance with a fourth goal for the hosts.

Asensio held off his man well as he zipped into the box and fired a right-footed effort into the far corner.



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