With football seemingly set to return in some of Europe's top leagues, we have had a look at the European Team of the Season so far, but Cristiano Ronaldo did not make the cut.
Click through the gallery above to see the European Team of the Season, as compiled by Onefootball based on Opta Sports statistics.
According to Reuters, Bundesliga football could return on 15 May after state ministers agreed to the league's plans to revive football under strict health regulations, which include regular testing of the players and staff of the 36 Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 clubs.
Meanwhile, LaLiga clubs returned to training this week. The Spanish league will take a staggered approach, starting with individual training and medical tests, with a return to action planned for June.
The Premier League is also set to resume training after all clubs agreed to complete the 2019/20 campaign, and clubs are expected to restart training next week. Serie A sides are also set to resume training in mid-May, but a return date for both leagues is yet to be agreed.
So far, France's Ligue 1 is the only "top five" league to have ended its current season after the French government forbid any sporting events from going ahead until September.
So who makes the European Team of the Season, based on the games that have been played across Europe's top five leagues so far?
Onefootball published the team based on statistics from Opta Sports, with three Liverpool and three Bayern Munich stars making the line-up. Overall, four Premier League footballers were selected, in addition to four Bundesliga players, while Serie A, LaLiga and Ligue 1 have just one representative each.
Lionel Messi, who has hit double figures for both goals and assists, Robert Lewandowski and Ciro Immobile were picked as the forwards, leaving no space for Ronaldo despite his superb scoring run for Juventus in December and January. Immobile and Lewandowski lead the European Golden Shoe ranking with 27 and 25 league goals, respectively, in comparison to Ronaldo's 21 Serie A strikes – you can find Onefootball's European Team of the Season in the gallery above!
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