Messi, Lewandowski and Neymar: The Champions League Team of the Season has been named

Hansi Flick’s side were dominant in the competition, becoming the first side to win every single game in a single campaign.

Bayern scored 43 goals in their 11 matches, which is remarkable when you consider the level of opposition.

And there were some phenomenal displays along the way. The 7-2 win at Tottenham Hotspur last October and the 8-2 mauling against Barcelona in the quarter-finals particularly stand out.

So it should come as no surprise to learn that five Bayern players make it into the statistical Champions League XI of the season.

WhoScored have revealed the team of the best-performing stars and eight of the 11 players featured in the final.

There’s also room for a surprise Manchester City player as well as a familiar face from Barcelona…

Here’s the team in full.

Goalkeeper: Keylor Navas (PSG) – 7.04 rating

Keylor Navas edged out Bayern ‘keeper Manuel Neuer after keeping five clean sheets in nine Champions League outings.

The Costa Rican’s save percentage was an impressive 76.9%.

Joshua Kimmich is the first Bayern player in the team.

The German registered four assists in the competition, more than any other defender, and made the most key passes out of any player with 28.

Marquinhos scored in the quarter-finals and semi-finals as he showed his worth to PSG at both ends of the pitch.

The Brazilian averaged two tackles and 1.6 interceptions per 90 minutes to finish with a 7.28 rating.

Joining Marquinhos at the heart of the defence is Dayot Upamecano, who enjoyed a breakout season for RB Leipzig.

The 21-year-old made 3.6 tackles per 90 across his eight appearances in the Champions League.

Alphonso Davies has established himself as one of the best full-backs in the world following a stunning season which he capped by winning the Champions League.

The Canadian provided three assists and completed more dribbles (26) than any other defender.

WhoScored stick with a rigid 4-4-2 formation that has Lionel Messi at right-midfield.

The Argentinian’s season ended in disappointment but he was still excellent, completing more dribbles (57) than any other player in the competition.

Neymar couldn’t fire PSG to European glory but he certainly tried.

The Brazilian finished second to Messi for successful dribbles (43), 15 of which came in PSG’s 2-1 win against Atalanta.

The 28-year-old scored three goals, provided four assists and was fouled an average of 4.8 times per 90.

Thiago looks set to leave Bayern this summer but what a way to go out.

The dynamic midfielder excelled in the middle of the park, finishing the campaign with a dribble success rate of 81.3%.

From being not good enough for West Brom to winning the Champions League, it’s been some story for Serge Gnabry.

The 25-year-old winger scored nine goals in total, with four coming in that stunning display away to Tottenham.

The Polish striker enjoyed the best season of his career, with 15 of his 55 goals in 2019/20 coming in the Champions League.

He also weighed in with five assists in a season that should have ended with Lewandowski claiming the Ballon d’Or award.
Man City’s Champions League campaign was disappointing but Gabriel Jesus tried his hardest to end City’s years of waiting, scoring six times and providing three assists.