have lost top spot in our European Power Rankings following a defeat at that reignited the Premier League title race.

League performances, plus the relative difficulty of each team’s league, to find out who is the best team in Europe.

The 2-1 loss at Goodison Park has seen the Blues overtaken by both Bordeaux, who regain their place at the head of our European form guide, and Real Madrid.

swap places with Barcelona after the European champions suffered their first loss of the season at Atletico Madrid. However, that famous win is not enough to lift Atletico off the foot of our table of teams left in European competition, by virtue of their woeful Champions League group stage performances.

Bayern Munich, Werder Bremen and Hamburg all made progress up the table with three wins and 11 goals between them, while Salzburg move up two places after they won as the Austrian league resumed after its two-month hiatus.

‘s win over arrested their slide and keeps them in eighth spot, but Rafael Bentiez’s side drop down a further three places as they prepare to open their Europa League campaign.

1. Bordeaux – 22.90

2. Real Madrid – 22.88

3. Chelsea – 22.82

4. Manchester United – 21.79

5. Barcelona – 21.67

6. PSV Eindhoven – 21.27

7. Benfica – 21.03

8. Arsenal – 20.83

9. Sevilla – 19.70

10. Porto – 19.47

11. Salzburg – 19.35

12. Fiorentina – 19.24

13. Lyon – 18.90

14. Internazionale – 18.75

15. Fenerbahce – 18.57

16. Roma – 18.46

17. Bayern – 18.15

18. Shakhtar – 18.08

19. Valencia – 17.77

20. Werder Bremen – 17.62

21. Ajax – 17.51

22. Panathinaikos – 17.45

23. Galatasaray – 17.43

24. Milan – 17.28

25. Olympiacos – 17.24

26. Anderlecht – 16.72

27. Twente – 16.68

28. CSKA Moscow – 16.13

29. Hapoel Tel-Aviv – 15.80

30. Brugge – 15.17

31. Lille – 14.92

32. Unirea Urziceni – 14.67

33. Hamburg – 14.64

34. Juventus – 14.58

35. Rubin – 14.45

36. Liverpool – 14.29

37. Athletic Bilbao – 14.17

38. Marseille – 14.05

39. Sporting Lisbon – 13.96

41. FC Copenhagen – 13.86

42. Stuttgart – 13.23

43. Everton – 13.00

44. Villarreal – 12.59

45. Wolfsburg – 10.95

46. Standard Liege – 10.25

47. Hertha Berlin – 9.12

48. Atletico Madrid – 8.64

Scores are based on points per game in domestic league, Champions League and Europa games.

Domestic points per game are multiplied by the league coefficient – either 3.5, 4, 4.5 or 5 – with teams in stronger leagues getting more credit.

Champions League victories are counted as three points for a win. They are all multiplied by a coefficient of 5. Matches in the group stage and beyond are counted.

Champions League victories are counted as three points for a win. They are all multiplied by a coefficient of 4. Matches in the group stage and beyond are counted.

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Champions League – Rankings: Chelsea off top

have lost top spot in our European Power Rankings following a defeat at that reignited the Premier League title race.

League performances, plus the relative difficulty of each team’s league, to find out who is the best team in Europe.

The 2-1 loss at Goodison Park has seen the Blues overtaken by both Bordeaux, who regain their place at the head of our European form guide, and Real Madrid.

swap places with Barcelona after the European champions suffered their first loss of the season at Atletico Madrid. However, that famous win is not enough to lift Atletico off the foot of our table of teams left in European competition, by virtue of their woeful Champions League group stage performances.

Bayern Munich, Werder Bremen and Hamburg all made progress up the table with three wins and 11 goals between them, while Salzburg move up two places after they won as the Austrian league resumed after its two-month hiatus.

‘s win over arrested their slide and keeps them in eighth spot, but Rafael Bentiez’s side drop down a further three places as they prepare to open their Europa League campaign.

1. Bordeaux – 22.90

2. Real Madrid – 22.88

3. Chelsea – 22.82

4. Manchester United – 21.79

5. Barcelona – 21.67

6. PSV Eindhoven – 21.27

7. Benfica – 21.03

8. Arsenal – 20.83

9. Sevilla – 19.70

10. Porto – 19.47

11. Salzburg – 19.35

12. Fiorentina – 19.24

13. Lyon – 18.90

14. Internazionale – 18.75

15. Fenerbahce – 18.57

16. Roma – 18.46

17. Bayern – 18.15

18. Shakhtar – 18.08

19. Valencia – 17.77

20. Werder Bremen – 17.62

21. Ajax – 17.51

22. Panathinaikos – 17.45

23. Galatasaray – 17.43

24. Milan – 17.28

25. Olympiacos – 17.24

26. Anderlecht – 16.72

27. Twente – 16.68

28. CSKA Moscow – 16.13

29. Hapoel Tel-Aviv – 15.80

30. Brugge – 15.17

31. Lille – 14.92

32. Unirea Urziceni – 14.67

33. Hamburg – 14.64

34. Juventus – 14.58

35. Rubin – 14.45

36. Liverpool – 14.29

37. Athletic Bilbao – 14.17

38. Marseille – 14.05

39. Sporting Lisbon – 13.96

41. FC Copenhagen – 13.86

42. Stuttgart – 13.23

43. Everton – 13.00

44. Villarreal – 12.59

45. Wolfsburg – 10.95

46. Standard Liege – 10.25

47. Hertha Berlin – 9.12

48. Atletico Madrid – 8.64

Scores are based on points per game in domestic league, Champions League and Europa games.

Domestic points per game are multiplied by the league coefficient – either 3.5, 4, 4.5 or 5 – with teams in stronger leagues getting more credit.

Champions League victories are counted as three points for a win. They are all multiplied by a coefficient of 5. Matches in the group stage and beyond are counted.

Champions League victories are counted as three points for a win. They are all multiplied by a coefficient of 4. Matches in the group stage and beyond are counted.

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