With the Champions League beginning again, FFT looks at the various mouthwatering forward lines across Europe (including some not in that tournament, but worthy of consideration)
Do Real Madrid have the best attacking line-up in Europe? After all, they won the Champions League last season and were only just pipped to winning the La Liga title in Spain by the more consistent Barcelona last term.
On the other hand, does Barça's consistency prove their superiority after they pipped their rivals to the league crown by a single point last season (leaving aside record against each other and goal difference)?
Putting aside the need for a sound defence and a team being more than the sum of its parts, we've been debating which European club has the best all-round attack: that is, forward options, strength in depth, playmakers and X-factor players. For most people it's still Barça and Real Madrid at the top of the standings, but might there be a new world order on the horizon as Messi and Ronaldo are slowly pensioned off?
Give us your verdict by up- and downvoting in our interactive list as we peruse European heavyweights' forward lines…