Champions League: Who makes our team of the week?
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Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich form the spine of this second Champions League team of the week after their superb 5-0 win over Dinamo Zagreb.
After defeats for Arsenal and Chelsea on Tuesday, Wednesday wins for Manchester City and Manchester United see three Premier League players make the XI.
And Cristiano Ronaldo - who extended his lead at the top of the all-time Champions League goalscoring charts with two more for Real Madrid - keeps his place.
See the team from matchweek one here.
The Champions League Team of the Week is supplied by Opta and is based on more than 250 calculations
Goalkeeper - Kevin Trapp (Paris St-Germain)
Joe Hart may have saved a penalty for Manchester City, but Trapp has kept two clean sheets in his first two Champions League appearances for PSG, who are second in Group A behind Real Madrid. Trapp, 25, joined the French champions this summer from Eintracht Frankfurt.
Defender - Serge Aurier (Paris St-Germain)
PSG right-back Serge Aurier scored and provided an assist on his Champions League debut as the French champions beat Shakhtar Donetsk 3-0. Aurier came to prominence with some impressive displays during the 2014 World Cup for Ivory Coast.
Defender - Chris Smalling (Manchester United)
Chris Smalling continued his fine start to the season by netting for Manchester United against Wolfsburg. His strike - from Juan Mata's clever flick-on - proved to be the winner as United recovered from their opening loss at PSV Eindhoven.
Defender - David Alaba (Bayern Munich)
Bayern Munich have started the season in imperious form, putting five past Dinamo Zagreb on Tuesday. Austrian Alaba may not have had too much defending to do, but his 113 passes were the most by any Bayern player in the Champions League so far this season.
Defender - Filip Mladenovic (BATE Borisov)
Filip Mladenovic is the first BATE Borisov player to net two goals in a Champions League match, opening his account with a swerving long-range strike that caught out Roma's on-loan Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny. Their win keeps them in contention, a point behind Group E leaders Barcelona.
Midfielder - Thiago Alcantara (Bayern Munich)
Thiago Alcantara was a target for Manchester United in the summer of 2014 and was recently linked again with a move to the Premier League, The former Barcelona man was at his best against Dinamo Zagreb, creating a goal for Robert Lewandowski with a superb flick.
Midfielder - Toni Kroos (Real Madrid)
Another man who Manchester United tried - and failed - to recruit, former Bayern man Kroos kept the game ticking as 10-time winners Real Madrid beat Malmo 2-0. Real are top of Group A with two wins from two - but face PSG in their next two games.
Midfielder - Juan Mata (Manchester United)
Juan Mata has now scored three goals in his past four games, with the Spain international handed the responsibility from the penalty spot to draw Manchester United level after Wolfsburg had taken a shock early lead at Old Trafford. He also created the winner for Smalling after the break.
Forward - Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
A new week, a new landmark. Cristiano Ronaldo netted his 500th and 501st career goals for club and country as Real Madrid won 2-0 in Malmo. The former Manchester United man has now scored a record 82 Champions League goals - five ahead of injured Barcelona forward Lionel Messi.
Forward - Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich)
Ronaldo has had a good week - but it's nothing compared to Bayern Munich's number nine Robert Lewandowski. The Poland international helped himself to a hat-trick against Dinamo Zagreb and has now scored 10 goals in his past three games in all competitions.
Forward - Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)
Sergio Aguero was guilty of missing two good first-half chances as Manchester City laboured against Borussia Monchengladbach. But as City improved in the final half-hour, the Argentine won - and then converted - a crucial last-minute penalty to give Manuel Pellegrini's side their first win of the competition.