UCL fans' top five: Lewandowski leads

Sport360 staff 21:34 01/10/2015
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The Champions League Top Five of the Week: Chosen by the fans.

Each week, Sport360 will be bring you the best five players from the Champions League, as chosen by you the supporters through our ValoraFutbol fan ratings tool.

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YOU have direct influence on who appears in each Team of the Week so be sure to rate each weekend.

So who makes up this week’s top five?

5. KINGSLEY COMAN (Bayern Munich) – 7.72

Pep Guardiola heaped praise on Kingsley Coman after Bayern’s 5-0 victory over Dinamo Zagreb, saying the striker had been ‘key to their “improved” style. The striker won two free-kicks and provided an assist in a tireless display.

4. JOE HART (Manchester City) – 7.73

Joe Hart was inspirational in Manchester City’s win at Borussia Monchengladbach. The goalkeeper pulled off a string of almost impossible saves to keep his side in the game and capped his performance by saving Raffael’s penalty.

3. THIAGO ALCANTARA (Bayern Munich) – 7.96

Thiago Alacentara dominated the midfield for Bayern Munich.

Spaniard Thiago Alcantara orchestrated Bayern’s attack with efficiency and finished the game with some impressive statistics. The former Barcelona man contributed three assists, completed 90 out of 100 passes and had three attempts on goal.

2. SOFIANE FEGHOULI (Valencia) – 8.18

Champions League football is all about being clinical and Sofiane Feghouli’s opportunist goal gave Valencia a victory against the run of play. Feghouli’s powerful srike from outside the area secured three points that puts his team second in the group.

1. ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI (Bayern Munich) – 8.24

Robert Lewandowski’s superb hat-trick against Zagreb means the Polish striker has 10 goals in the past three games while Bayern Munich are now in firm control of Group F.

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