The Champions League quarter-finals are done and cleaned, leaving us with recollections of probably the best European rounds of the previous few years.

From the rubble arose Chelsea, Manchester City, Real Madrid, and Paris Saint-Germain, who will butt heads in the semi-finals for a spot in the greatest match in the European schedule.


Keylor Navas (GK) – With a round-high 14 recoveries in his possession, obviously Navas had a difficult, but the not impossible task ahead to manage PSG past Bayern Munich. Chief enemy Thibaut Courtois approached, yet Navas edges this one.

Reece James (RB) – Primarily known for his assaulting, James was extraordinary protectively in Chelsea’s victory over Porto. The sort of execution which will have dazzled England supervisor Gareth Southgate.

Ruben Dias (CB) – Nobody made a larger number of squares than the five presented by Man City’s Dias, who had his work cut out keeping Erling Haaland calm.

Nacho Fernandez (CB) – With both Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane sidelined, Nacho ventured up and showed others how it’s done as Real expertly managed Liverpool’s forward line.

Ben Chilwell (LB) – Chilwell’s 85th-minute strike in Sevilla wound up being the distinction for Chelsea, who were just fixed by a snapshot of wizardry by Porto late on in the bring leg back.


Casemiro (DM): Emre can’t have been able to scale up this spot with his Man City game-winning support, but instead, we’ll have Casemiro who made several tackles in this round than anyone else.

Bellingham (CM):  Jude Bellingham This was like Bellingham’s comment. In the first stage, he had a goal stolen, but in the second stage, he was brightly lit. Here he is. He is here.

Phil Foden (CM): The Future of England is Bright Phil Foden (CM). Foden was the winner for City on both legs and Foden made the greatest impression on a Dortmund side filled with young superstars.


Junior Vinicius (RW) – Vinicius Vinicius is not entirely familiar with his goal score, and did not make any error before Alisson since his first two goals led Real Madrid in Liverpool’s lead.

Eric-Maxim Choupo- Moting almost had that one in the bag, but in the first leg over Bavaria, we can’t forget the double of Mbappe. To pull this off, you need a special athlete.

Neymar (LW) – Maybe Neymar, the leader of all the rounds, was superb to Bavaria. In the first leg, he packed two bits of help, which he could not play in the second.

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