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Check Out How the Champions League Goalscorers and Assist-makers Chart Look After Matchday 2

   The Champions League matchday two brought with it a lot of drama. The shocking defeat of Real Madrid against FC Sheriff Tiraspol, Liverpool's dominant display against Porto, and Cristiano Ronaldo's last-minute winner against Villarreal were just some of the games that made the matchday two worthwhile. Some players added to their goals and assists tallies with players like Sebastian Haller of Ajax, Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich, and Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United continuing their impressive forms in front of goal while the likes of Lionel Messi, Alex Telles of Manchester United, and Federico Chiesa of Juventus got off the mark. 

    Former West Ham United striker Sebastian Haller leads the top scorers' chart with 5 goals to his name in just two Champions League matches. He scored four goals in Ajax's matchday 1 match against Sporting CP and added another goal in the Dutch team's matchday two triumph over Besiktas. He is followed by the evergreen, Robert Lewandowski, who has scored four goals in the Champions League this season already. The Polish striker scored twice against Barcelona and Dynamo Kyiv respectively. He is accompanied by RB Liepzig's Christopher Nkunku, who also has four goals to his name in the Champions League this season. 

   Liverpool's Mohamed Salah has scored three goals in two Champions League matches this season. He is followed by the likes of Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo, his teammate Roberto Firmino, Steven Berghuis of Ajax, Hans Vanaken of Club Brugge, and Karim Adeyemi of RB Liepzig, who all have two goals to their names in this season's Champions League.

   Champions League surprise package, FC Sheriff Tiraspol's defender Cristiano leads the assists chart with three Champions League assists this season. He assisted both of Sheriff's goals against Shakhtar Donetsk and added another assist in the win against Real Madrid. 

   Manchester United's maestro Bruno Fernandes has two assists to his name after matchday two. The Portuguese provided the assist for Cristiano Ronaldo's goal against Young Boys and Alex Telles' equaliser against Villarreal. He is accompanied by Yaroslav Rakitskiy of Zenit Saint Petersburg, Leroy Sane of Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain's speedster Kylian Mbappe, Ajax's Antony, Atalanta's attacker Duvan Zapata, Liverpool's midfielder Curtis Jones, and Borussia Dortmund's Jude Bellingham, who have also recorded two assists in the Champions League this season. 

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