UEFA has revealed its 2020 Team of the Year, which includes FC Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi and his former colleague Neymar, but was there space for Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo?
Click through the gallery above to see UEFA's 2020 Team of the Year, according to UEFA.com.
Fans were able to vote for who they believed were good enough for UEFA's 2020 Team of the Year, and almost six million votes were tallied for the most recent selection.
Bayern Munich captain Manuel Neuer, who lifted the UEFA Champions League trophy, unsurprisingly earned the most votes for the goalkeeper position, while his teammate Alphonso Davies was chosen by the public at left-back ahead of Liverpool's Andy Robertson.
A Reds player who did make the team is Virgil van Dijk, and he is paired at centre-back with Real Madrid stalwart Sergio Ramos, while Joshua Kimmich, yet another Bayern player, was selected at right-back.
In midfield, Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne partners ex-Bavarians midfielder Thiago Alcantara, who joined Liverpool after winning his second Champions League last year, while slightly ahead of them in the No. 10 position is Barcelona's Messi.
The 33-year-old contributed to seven goals in eight matches in the UCL for the Catalans last season, but crashed out at the quarter-final stage following a shock 8-2 defeat to the eventual champions.
Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar was selected on the left side of attack, while Juve's Ronaldo also made the cut after his four strikes in eight appearances in the competition.
Perhaps the least surprising selection for the side was Robert Lewandowski up front following the Polish striker's 21 goal contributions in 10 UCL matches. He was also named The Best FIFA Men's Player 2020, as well as the UEFA Men's Player of the Year.