The top five of the Castrol EDGE Index after the first set of group matches is dominated by attacking players, with Andriy Shevchenko leading the way after his two-goal salvo for Ukraine.

Playing on his club ground, FC Dynamo Kyiv's Olympic Stadium, the Ukraine captain showed he had lost none of the predatory instincts that had made one of the world's most potent strikers by turning in a display which leaves him at the top the Castrol EDGE Index with a score of 9.7.

Sweden skipper Zlatan Ibrahimović, who scored a goal during the match with Ukraine, is second in the Index on 9.57. Alan Dzagoev completes the top three, and Václav Pilař is in fourth.


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