Stock Up, Stock Down for Every Champions League Team After Week 2

Dan TalintyreSenior Analyst IIOctober 2, 2013

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 02:  Goalkeeper Joe Hart of Manchester City holds his head as he walks off after the UEFA Champions League Group D match between Manchester City and FC Bayern Muenchen at Etihad Stadium on October 2, 2013 in Manchester, England.  (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
Julian Finney/Getty Images

Another week of Champions League football saw mixed results for the 32 teams still in the hunt for European glory this season.

Some improved dramatically from their opening match of the group stage; others didn't have the same fortune, as they slumped to a demoralizing defeat.

The likes of Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid all scored big wins this week, but what did they do to their overall stock?

Let's take a look to see whose stock improved (and slowed down) after this week. Note that the movement for all teams is purely a reflection on their performance this week (not overall), but is in line with the expectations that they had to begin with.


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