Have you recovered yet? After some cold towels, iced water and a long lie down, FFT feels ready to face the world once again after Wednesday night's ludicrous Champions League quarter-final second leg between Manchester City and Tottenham.
Raheem Sterling scored twice and thought he had a hat-trick, only for VAR to deliver its twisted (if entirely correct) late judgement to deny City entry to the final four in injury time.
Which leads neatly into this: asking you to name the most prolific English players in the competition's history. Every man from Blighty to score three Champions League goals is here, and while the majority scored for British clubs, Real Madrid do pop up three times (edging out Blackburn, with two entrants).
The top of the list is dominated by strikers and attacking midfielders, as you'd expect. Although one homegrown defender has reached double figures – so clearly he’s a leader, the daddy and a sauce of inspiration to us all.
Eight minutes are on the clock for you try to name all 37. We’d love to know how you get on @FourFourTwo – we’ll retweet the best scores with some proof, if you don’t give answers away – and please challenge some arch rivals while you’re at it. Good luck!
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