The UEFA Champions League. Arguably the grandest stage club football has to offer, Europe's premier club competition has the power to unearth the next superstar or propel an unknown youngster to a household name overnight.
There are a host of burgeoning prospects in line for UCL action on Matchday 2, but who will become an emerging champion this season?
Manchester City's Phil Foden is pushing to start for the Premier League champions.
On the other side of Manchester, young United midfielder Andreas Pereira impressed as the Red Devils strolled to a 3-0 win over BSC Young Boys on Matchday 1.
United's long-standing rivals Liverpool also have a precocious potential champion in their midst in the form of Trent Alexander-Arnold.
The 19-year-old is now Jurgen Klopp's first-choice right-back and became the youngest ever player to appear for Liverpool in a Champions League final in May 2018.
Who will rise highest in the UEFA Champions League?