The fourth matchday in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League is finished, and we saw four teams qualifying for the next round after winning all the first four matches. Liverpool, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Ajax have already progressed to the next round. Check cricket betting for other sports betting.

A total of 55 goals were scored on the 4th match day, and we saw one hattrick. It was from Robert Lewandowski against Benefica.

Now let’s look at the matchday four’s best eleven:

Formation: 4-3-3

Goalkeeper: Marc-Andre ter Stegen

Barcelona should thank the German goalkeeper for gifting them three points. He was crucial in the game by making three important saves. In the previous matches, Ter Stegen has been criticised for not making crucial saves for the team. His form has been in doubt in recent times. But against Dynamo Kyiv, he proved that he had not lost his form.

Right-back: Trent Alexander-Arnold

Another top-class performance from the young right-back. He has two assists in the game against Atletico at Anfield. He was a regular threat for Atletico’s defence.

Left-back: Joao Cancelo

The versatile Portuguese fullback was the star player of Manchester City as they thrashed Club Brugge for four goals. He has a hattrick of assists in the match.

Centre backs:

Eric Garcia

The young Spanish defender is improving day by day. In the match against Dynamo Kyiv, he stood out as a leader in the field and showed a world-class performance.

Milan Skriniar

Skrinair scored the second goal for Inter Mian as they beat Sheriff for three goals. He was the key defender who blocked the attacking threat of the opposition for almost every minute.

Midfielders:

Phil Foden

The English youngster started the match on a high, and on his free role on the pitch, he contributed more to City’s attack. It was another scintillating performance by the youngster, and he started the scoring against Club Brugge.

Georginio Wijnaldum

Wijnaldum scored his first goal for PSG in the 21st minute after the team was trailing for one goal. He scored his second in the 39th minute.

Pedro Goncalves

The Portuguese youngster scored a brace against Besiktas as they thrashed them by four goals.

Attackers:

Karim Benzema

Another match, the same man. Benzema scored a brace for Real Madrid to give a narrow win over Shakhtar Donetsk

Robert Lewandowski

The 33-year-old striker just keeps us amazed. He is scoring goals for fun. He scored a hattrick against Benefica as they thrashed them by five goals. Currently, he is the top scorer of the Champions League.

Paulo Dybala

The Argentine is under top form after returning from the injury. He scored a brace and had one assist in the game where Juventus thrashed Zenit for four goals.