Champions League Fantasy Football: Best Players to look out for
With the Champions League already in the group stages, several players have proven their worth
to fantasy football enthusiasts. In this article, we’ve highlighted some of the top players who made it
for the all-star eleven on matchday 4. These are the highest-scoring players of the week,
according to the official Champions League Fantasy football presented by PlayStation.
Navas – PSG
Navas sent PSG through to the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals, after saving a late
penalty while playing against Club Brugge. The goalkeeper is currently rated at 12 points
following his performance in a game that saw PSG triumph over the Belgian side with a 1-0
scoreline. Navas has not conceded any goal throughout all four Champions League fixtures for
Hakimi – Dortmund
The Borussia Dortmund defender delivered a blistering individual performance last week as he
scored a brace, helping his side make a comeback from two goals down. That saw them beat
Internazionale 3-2. Hakimi currently claims 14 points in fantasy football, making him a valuable
Ramos – Real Madrid
Real Madrid captain and defender Sergio Ramos has been instrumental throughout the team’s
Champions League campaign. The Spanish center-back brought on his game last week at the
Bernabeu stadium, giving Real Madrid a great start against Galatasaray. Ramos currently holds
13 points, making him a solid choice for Betway punters who enjoy the UEFA Champions
League fantasy football.
Andersen – Lyon
With 12 points on the Champions League fantasy football, Andersen has already proven his
worth to betway enthusiasts. Andersen revived Lyon’s hopes of being among the last 16 after
scoring the first goal last week when playing against Benfica. Goals from Andersen and Depay
saw Lyon triumphant with a 3-1 win.
Boril – Slavia Praha
A 28-year-old left-back, Jan Boril ranks at 10 points in fantasy football. Boril scored the winning
goal for Slavia Prague when playing CFR Cluj, helping the squad qualify for the Champions
League group stage this season.
Son – Tottenham
Known as one of the nicest footballers in England, Son Heung-Min is one of the most promising
footballers in the Champions League, ranking at 17 points in the fantasy league. The South
Korean captain and Tottenham’s forward joined the Spurs in 2015, becoming the top Asian goal
scorer in the premier league.
Jorginho – Chelsea
Going from the boo-boy to one of the best midfielders in the Premier League, Jorginho has undergone a
tremendous improvement. His contribution toward Chelsea’s campaign in the premier league has
earned him 14 points in the fantasy league, making him one of the best midfielders to have in
your squad. Last week, Jorginho warned his Chelsea team-mates to avoid making previous
mistakes or risk losing a shot at the Champions League, following their chaotic draw with Ajax.
Rodrygo -Real Madrid
Being the highest-ranking player in the UEFA Champions League fantasy game with 18 points,
Rodrygo is one of the young gems introduced to the fans last summer. Rodrygo joined Real
Madrid a year after Vinicius Junior arrived from Flamengo, but Vinicius started struggling after
Hazard and Rodrygo came. That gave Rodrygo the chance to make his debut for the team while