Win big prizes by predicting who will be the ultimate UEFA Champions League player each week.
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The UEFA Champions League is club football's ultimate test and this season we want to put you at the heart of the action.
To harness the online matchday experience, UEFA is giving fans the opportunity to showcase their expertise to win exclusive prizes – including tickets to the UEFA Champions League final in Istanbul.
Fan Guru puts your knowledge to the test by selecting who you think will be the ultimate UEFA Champions League player every week using UEFA's official matchday statistics.
We will be searching for a new Fan Guru each matchday. Next up, we are asking who you think will score the latest winning goal on Matchday 6 to win a season's supply of Pepsi Max and Lay's snacks!
And note that by latest winning goal, we mean the latest goal that actually wins a game rather than just the latest goal scored by the winning team in a given match.
Enter every week in order to be placed into an overall draw to win the experience of a lifetime at the UEFA Champions League final.
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Erling Braut Haaland ensured Salzburg's chances of reaching the last 16 will go to the final day when the 19-year-old grabbed his eighth goal of the Group E campaign 87 minutes into the win at Genk. The Norwegian is the first teenager in the competition's history to score in five straight games – and now hopes to extend his incredible run into Matchday 6 and send the Austrian champions into the knockout stage with a home victory over holders Liverpool.
In Group F, meanwhile, Lautaro Martínez made Internazionale history by scoring in the 88th minute of their win at Slavia Praha. The Argentinian has struck in four successive Champions League matches for Inter, a feat previously achieved only by Christian Vieri, Hernán Crespo and Samuel Eto'o. Inter host Barcelona on Matchday 6 aiming to shut out Lionel Messi and give themselves the best chance of progress. A victory should guarantee that given their superior head-to-head record over Borussia Dortmund, with both sides on seven points from five games.
No such Matchday 6 complications for Group B winners Bayern after they triumphed 6-0 at Crvena zvezda. Leon Goretzka scored early, before the prolific Robert Lewandowski notched the fastest Champions League quadruple in history, scoring four times in 14 minutes and 31 seconds. Bayern struck again late on, Corentin Tolisso's 89th-minute effort making it six. They entertain Tottenham this week, with both teams already assured of last-16 places.
Who do you think will score the latest – and therefore last – winning goal of this group stage on Matchday 6?
Entries will close on Tuesday 10 December at 18:30 CET.