Right-back: Alessandro Florenzi (Roma) – He nullified Neymar and bagged an outrageous 60-yard equaliser to boot – not a bad evening for the Italian. 11 11 Central Midfield: Thiago Alcantara (Bayern Munich) – Brilliant in possession and eye-catching in a multitude of roles, the ex-Barcelona man is key to Bayern’s dynamism. Centre-back: David Alaba (Bayern Munich) – The ultimate utility man, Pep Guardiola will know he can rely on Alaba to perform wherever he is selected. Excelled in the centre of defence as Bayern completed a routine win over Olympiakos. 11 Striker: Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) – Another day, another hat-trick. Shakhtar Donetsk aren’t a bad side but were put to the sword by the most clinical finisher in world football. That’s eight goals in the space of five days and four trebles in his last six games. Ludicrous. 11 11 Left-back: Jordi Alba (Barcelona) – On a comparatively fruitless evening for the European champions, Alba provided their main outlet with his incisive runs from left-back. 11 11 Central midfield: Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea) – Shades of his best, Fabregas scored one and set up another for Diego Costa as Chelsea got back to winning ways against a desperately poor Maccabi Tel-Aviv side. Goalkeeper: Johan Wiland (Malmo) – PSG amassed a massive 22 shots on Tuesday night and would have scored a lot more than two if it wasn’t for the 34-year-old’s brilliant reflexes. The Champions League is back and, well, the Premier League just isn’t the force it used to be, is it?With three of our four teams suffering defeats – two of those against PSV and Dinamo Zagreb, the tournament has offered a bit of a reality check to those still claiming it’s the best league in the world.Still, Chelsea got back to winning ways after their dreadful start to the season, while we saw the rest of Europe’s best showcase why they are just that.Here’s your team of the week from Matchday 1. 11 11 11 Centre-back: Diego Godin (Atletico Madrid) – Fast turning into one of Europe’s meanest defenders, he was in brilliant form to repel Galatasaray on Tuesday. 11 Right Wing: Angel di Maria (PSG) – Surprise surprise, Di Maria looked back to his electric best against Malmo on his European debut for PSG. Took his goal brilliantly – penny for your thoughts, Manchester United fans? Striker: Alvaro Morata (Juventus) – The scourge of Manchester City, Morata showcased exceptional hold up play before capping his fine performance with a brilliant winning goal. Left Wing: Hulk (Zenit St Petersburg) – Just occasionally, Hulk displays why there is so much fuss about him. Against Valencia on Wednesday was one of those nights, registering two stupendous finishes as Zenit ran out 3-2 winners in Spain.