The dust has settled on the Champions League Round of 16 ties and it's time to pick the best of the bunch.
Basel and Napoli could not hold unto their first-leg leads to pull of an upset but APOEL provided the shock of the tournament with a penalty win over Lyon.
The teams still in the competition are: AC Milan, APOEL, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Benfica, Chelsea, Marseille and Real Madrid. It will be interesting to see who faces whom in the next round.
The formation for this best XI is a 4-4-2, so go ahead and click through to find out who's in the team.
APOEL's Dionisis Chiotis gets the nod here after being tied for the fewest number of goals conceded in the round and saving two penalty kicks.
The Spanish youngster put in some solid displays against Inter over both legs. He was helpful in the attack and good on defense.
AC Milan may have shipped three goals away to Arsenal, but Thiago Silva was the best defender across both legs for both teams.
He wasn't available in the first leg but John Terry was there when it mattered most. He shored up Chelsea's defense against a dangerous Napoli attack and banged in a very important goal.
Maxi Pereira scored an important away goal and opened the scoring in the home game. That's a pretty solid contribution from a right-back.
Franck Ribery normally plays on the left for Bayern Munich but we'll stick him here for this. Ribery had three assists during Bayern Munich's rout and was a very influential piece of the German team's performance in the second leg.
Alou Diarra shielded his back four well over both legs and helped shut down the likes of Wesley Sneijder. He provided a threat on set-pieces as well.
Cesc Fabregas provided the most assists from any Barcelona player over both legs with three to his name. He's certainly added a new dimension to the team.
Cristiano Ronaldo grabbed what was certainly Real Madrid's most important goal in the away leg. He added two more at home as the Spaniards comfortably dealt with CSKA Moscow.
Lionel Messi scored six of Barcelona's 10 goals in their two victories over Bayer Leverkusen. That puts him at the top of the Champions League scoring charts with 12.
Mario Gomez had four goals to lead a rout in Bayern Munich's second-leg comeback over Swiss club Basel. He is currently second in the Champions League scoring charts with 10.