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The UEFA Champions League Team of Week 1 as Cristiano and Romeru Lukaku are Included

Top 10 signings of summerThe UEFA Champions League 2021-2022 competition officially kicked off on Tuesday and Manchester United was the first time this season to lose their opening match after the superb comeback by young boys players in the second half. Aaron Wan Bissaka was sent off with a direct red card after a bad tackle to one of the opponents.Dennis Named In UEFA Champions League Team Of The Week -

As Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, Juventus and Bayern Munich recorded their first win, here is then how the team of the week looks.Sebastien Haller aims dig at David Moyes and West Ham after revealing why  he left for Ajax - football.london

Goalkeeper:

Thibaut Courtois (Real Madrid)The Belgium International recorded the highest saves this season (five) in the Champions League competition as Real Madrid defeated Inter Milan at the San Siro stadium.

Defenders:

Dayot Upamecano (Bayern Munich)The French International has been perfect for Bayern this season, proving his worth over David Alaba to coach Julian Nagelsmann.

Nicolas Otamendi (Benfica Lisborn)Otamendi was also phenomenal against Dinamo Kiev, helping his team keep their first clean sheet and get the first point in their group.

Cristiano da Silva Leite (Sheriff)The Brazilian center back who is 28 years old helped his team sheriff beat Shakhtar Donetsk with a clean sheet at their home ground.

Midfielders:

Fabinho (Liverpool)The Brazilian was outstanding against AC Milan, helping Liverpool win their first match after a very tough struggle.

Ngamaleu Moumi (Young Boys)Ngamaleu was on Tuesday the star in their match against Manchester United, helping his team record their first win after a superb come back.

Jack Grealish (Manchester City)Jack Grealish in his Champions League debut has recorded an assist and a goal as the Cityzens thrashed RB Leipzig 6:3 at the Etihad Stadium.

Leon Goretzka (Bayern Munich)

Once again after the 8-2 victory, Bayern Munich had a chance of proving themselves against Barcelona at the Camp Nou as they thrashed Ronald Koeman's 3-0.

Attackers:

Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich)Lewandowski scored two for Bayern as they defeated Barcelona with 3-0 goals aggregate.

Romeru Lukaku (Chelsea)The Belgium International scored his fourth goal for Chelsea as they defeated Zenit St Petersburg 1-0 at the Stamford Bridge.

Sebastian Haller (Ajax)

With four goals for Ajax as they thrashed Sporting Lisbon 5-1, Haller equaled Marco Van Basten's 1992/1993 season record in the UEFA Champions League.

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