Champions League team of the week : Paris St-Germain dominate

Paris St-Germain have four players in the Champions League team of the week after thrashing Malmo 5-0 - although Swedish favourite Zlatan Ibrahimovic does not feature.

The French champions have three defenders in the team after keeping a fourth clean sheet in five Champions League matches.

There are two Premier League players in the XI, with Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil and Chelsea defender Gary Cahill playing key roles in crucial wins for their respective sides.

Team of the week

See the team from matchweek four here.

The Champions League Team of the Week is supplied by Opta and is based on more than 250 calculations.

Goalkeeper - Fernando Muslera (Galatasaray)

Fernando Muslera
No keeper made more saves in the Champions League this week than Fernando Muslera (nine)

The Galatasaray goalkeeper was unable to prevent the Turkish side from losing 2-0 at Atletico Madrid, a defeat that ends their hopes of qualifying for the knockout stages. The Spaniards had 24 shots, compared to Galatasaray's three.

Defender - Maxwell (Paris St-Germain)

Maxwell
Maxwell made more passes than any other defender in the Champions League this week (104)

Paris St-Germain secured their qualification for the knockout stage with a game to go by drubbing Malmo 5-0. Brazilian defender Maxwell made two tackles, two interceptions and one clearance.

Defender - Gregory van der Wiel (Paris St-Germain)

Gregory Van der Wiel
Gregory van der Wiel has assisted a goal in each of his past three games for PSG in all competitions

Another strong defensive performance from Paris St-Germain, who have conceded only one goal in their five Champions League matches this season. The Dutch defender was another who played a key role in their win in Sweden.

Defender - Gary Cahill (Chelsea)

Gary Cahill
Gary Cahill has scored exactly once in each of the past four Champions League seasons

Maccabi Tel Aviv were restricted to just two shots on target by Chelsea, with defender Gary Cahill playing a key role for the Premier League champions. Chelsea's 4-0 win in Israel means they need a point against Porto to guarantee qualification in their final match.

Defender - Thiago Silva (Paris St-Germain)

Thiago Silva
Thiago Silva made more clearances than any other PSG player (eight)

Brazil defender Thiago Silva has been an ever-present in Paris St-Germain's Champions League campaign this season. The French side will finish second in Group A, behind Real Madrid.

Midfielder - Angel di Maria (Paris St-Germain)

Angel Di María
Angel Di Maria's first goal against Malmo was the 7,000th scored in the Champions League

Another Paris St-Germain player to make it into the team of the week. The Argentina midfielder scored twice against Malmo to take his goal tally to seven in 15 matches for PSG this season.

Midfielder - Lars Stindl (Borussia Monchengladbach)

Lars Stindl
Lars Stindl has had a hand in four of Monchengladbach's six Champions League goals this season

German side Borussia Monchengladbach can't qualify for the knockout stage but they moved into third in Group D with a 4-2 win over Sevilla. Midfielder Lars Stindl scored twice and created a third.

Midfielder - Mesut Ozil (Arsenal)

Mesut Özil
Mesut Ozil has been involved in 11 goals in his past nine games for Arsenal in all competitions

Arsenal's Germany midfielder scored the opener in the Gunners' 3-0 win over Dinamo Zagreb. Arsene Wenger's men know a victory by two goals - or by one goal if they score three or more - in their final group game at Olympiakos would send them into the last 16.

Forward - Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid)

Antoine Griezmann
All four of Antoine Griezmann's Champions League goals this season have come against Galatasaray

The Atletico Madrid forward scored both goals in his side's 2-0 win over Galatasaray. The Spaniards have qualified for the last 16 and are level on points with Benfica.

Forward - Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)

Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo assisted two goals in a Champions League game for the first time for Real Madrid

The Portugal forward's two goals in Real Madrid's 4-3 win at Shakhtar Donetsk mean he has 68 goals in 68 Champions League matches. Real have won Group A with a game to go.

Forward - Lionel Messi (Barcelona)

Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi has scored four goals and assisted two more in his past five Champions League games for Barcelona

Argentina's Lionel Messi was also on target twice, as Barcelona thrashed Roma 6-1. Messi had eight shots - six on target - as Barca secured top spot in Group E and qualification.