THE all-time Champions League XI has been revealed by ChatGPT.
But fans are not happy, with some even branding the AI app “mad.”
ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence chatbot, has gone with a 4-3-3 formation favoured by multiple Champions League-winning managers including Carlo Ancelotti.
And in goal is Bayern Munich star Manuel Neuer, who has won the competition twice.
At right-back is AC Milan legend Cafu, who scooped the cup once.
Real Madrid icon Roberto Carlos is at left-back with three Champions Leagues to his name.
And at centre-back are Franz Beckenbauer and Paolo Maldini, who boast an incredible eight European Cups between them.
A midfield three is anchored by Barcelona boss Xavi Hernandez, who won four Champions Leagues — as did club and international partner Andres Iniesta.
Zinedine Zidane is also in the midfield after winning it once as a player before sealing three in a row as Real Madrid manager.
Up front, five-time winner Karim Benzema leads the line.
He is joined by former Real pal Cristiano Ronaldo, also a five-time winner.
And the final piece in the jigsaw is none other than Lionel Messi, who won the Champions League four times with Barcelona.
However, some fans are upset that other big names were left off the list.
One cried: “ChatGPT is mad! Remove Benzema and replace him with Luis Suarez, Samuel Eto’o or Didier Drogba.
“Dani Alves is by far better than Cafu.”
Another declared: “What is Zidane doing there over a five-time winner in Modric?”
One noted: “Lewandowski over Benzema and Marcelo over Roberto Carlos.”
Another added: “You’ve got to give respect to Real players. Casemiro, Carvajal, Ramos, Kroos.”