Kevin de Bruyne and Eden Hazard are the only two Premier League players named in the UEFA Team of the Year.
The team was named by UEFA on Thursday – with a record 8.8 million votes cast to decide the XI – and it did raise a few eyebrows after some big names missed out.
There was no place for Europe’s top scorer for club and country Harry Kane, or Neymar, the world’s most expensive player at £200 million.
Sergio Ramos received the most votes with 588,315, and is one of five Real Madrid players named in the side.
Other Real Madrid stars included are Marcelo (LB), Toni Kroos (CM), Luka Modric (RCM) and Cristiano Ronaldo (RW).
Barcelona’s Lionel Messi (CF) also features alongside the Portuguese star in the team.
At 39, Juventus legend Gianluigi Buffon was chosen as the goalkeeper to extend his record as the oldest player to make the team, while the other Serie A player named is teammate Giorgio Chiellini.
Ligue 1’s sole representative is Dani Alves of PSG.