Champions League team of the group stages (2023-24)

The group stage of the 2023-24 Champions League has drawn to a dramatic conclusion, with Paris Saint-Germain only surviving the 'Group of Death' because of Newcastle's second-half collapse at home to AC Milan.

Manchester City and Real Madrid had no such trouble, with both sides winning all six of their games, while Bayern Munich, Inter, Real Sociedad and Atletico Madrid all progressed without losing once.

GK: Yann Sommer (Inter)

The Swiss takes the No.1 shirt after keeping three clean sheets in five group games and posting a staggering 90 percent save percentage.

RB: Sacha Boey (Galatasaray)

The 23-year-old scored announced his arrival into the group stage by netting a crucial late goal in his side's 2-2 draw with Copenhagen. He won more duels (50) than any other defender in the tournament, while he also ranked second possession won (48).

CB: Mats Hummels (Borussia Dortmund)

Hummels was particularly impressive in the 3-1 victory at San Siro that secured BVB's place in the last 16. His performances have certainly been divine, with Hummels featuring in the top 10 of so many metrics for defenders at the end of the group stage

CB: Igor Zubeldia (Real Sociedad)

Basques boast the best defence in the Champions League so far. The latter was very impressive, particularly in the 0-0 draw with Inter, but Zubeldia started every game and had the superior stats.

LB: David Raum (RB Leipzig)

The Germany international set up two goals in total while he was also on target in the 3-1 home win over Red Star Belgrade that put Marco Rose's side back on track for the last 16.

CM: Warren Zaire-Emery (Paris Saint-Germain)

The midfielder racked up two assists in a 3-0 win that confirmed a new star had been born at the Parc des Princes

CM: Martin Zubimendi (Real Sociedad)

The 24-year-old may not have quite reached his compatriot's level just yet but he was absolutely integral to Real Sociedad's progression to the last 16 of the Champions League for just the second time

CM: Rasmus Falk (Copenhagen)

Falk's performances were just as colossal, though. The 31-year-old stepped up big time, producing three consecutive man of the match-winning displays as FCK stunned the football world.

RW: Bukayo Saka (Arsenal)

After playing a starring role in Arsenal securing a return to Europe's premier cup competition for the first time since the 2016-17 season, as well as scoring three goals, Saka also racked up four assists - more than any other player in the tournament.

CF: Harry Kane (Bayern Munich)

The England international has long been regarded as a world-class striker but his form since joining the Bavarians from Tottenham during the summer has still been stunning, with Kane netting 22 times in 20 outings to date.

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