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Question of the Day
Based on 18 voters, using 10 points for first, nine for second, etc. Previous rankings in parentheses.
1. Bayern Munich, (1), 175 points.
2. Real Madrid, (8), 155.
3. Barcelona, (5), 138.
4. Paris Saint-Germain, (3), 72.
5. Chelsea, 58.
6. Juventus, (2), 53.
7. Borussia Dortmund, (10), 47.
8. Benfica, (7), 33.
9. Napoli, (3), 30.
10. Manchester City, 4, 28.
1. Cesc Fabregas, 154 points.
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