Jan Oblak (GK)
The Slovenian international had a campaign to remember.
Oblak conceded just eight goals in thirteen matches while managing to keep eight clean-sheets.
Dani Alves (RB)
The Barcelona defender was unstoppable this year.
Alves was brilliant with his positioning, tackling, passing and attacking. He also managed to notch three assists.
Diego Godin (CB)
Godin was the heart of Atletico’s tight defense.
Managing over six interceptions per game, Godin played a key role in Atletico’s campaign.
Sergio Ramos (CB)
The Real Madrid captain has had a great run of form this season, with Real conceading just three goals in the competition when Ramos played.
The Spain international averaged three tackles per game, also scoring the all important goal in the final.
Filipe Luis (LB)
Filipe Luis’s old school technique is a joy to watch, a failed move to Chelsea did not have any negative impact on the full backs form.
Luis averaged four tackles per game, and was only booked once.
Luka Modric (CM)
Luka Modric is the machine that builds the attack in the Real side.
The Croatian international scored in a 4-3 win over Shakhtar, and was a star performer in the final in Milan.
Arturo Vidal (CM)
The Chilean midfielder had a spectecular first season in Bavaria.
Though Bayern could not reach the final, Vidal managed his best Champions League campaign, scoring two goals and setting up three more.
Lionel Messi (AMR)
Though Messi missed the majority of this seasons campaign, the little magician from Argentina still managed to score six goals in seven matches.
Not his best season, but the Catalan superstar still made an impact.
Cristiano Ronaldo (AML)
A Champions League team without Ronaldo will be incomplete, the Portugese superstar is the all-time top scorer in Europe’s elite competition with 93 goals.
Ronaldo had another wonderful season in the European Cup as he scored an astonishing 16 goals, also scoring the decisive penalty in the final.
Luis Suarez (STR)
Barcelona’s best player this season, yes he was better than Messi this season.
Suarez scored eight goals in nine appearances, including a superb volley against Arsenal in the round of 16.
Antoine Griezmann (STR)
Griezmann was the star of Atletico’s Champions League campaign.
His chemistry with a resurged Torres proved to be deadly, as the French intermational scored seven goals in the UCL.