1. Hulk (Zenit)
Te standout player so far, the often inconsistent Hulk has found real consistency in Europe this season for the impressive Zenit. The 29-year-old has been a key player for the Russian side who sit top of their group having won all four games, scoring 10 and conceding four. With four goals and three assists in the Champions League so far, the powerful Brazilian will be hoping his form can drive his side to cause a surprise later on in the competition.