The football season is officially over folks, which also calls an end to our fantasy football campaign for the next few months.
Real Madrid duly lifted another Champions League trophy, while Manchester United showed everyone they’re back by lifting the moderately respectable Europa League.
All eyes will be on Zinedine Zidane’s men next season to see if they can achieve a third straight Champions League win, while five Premier League clubs will be competing in Europe’s biggest club competition.
But which players were the most consistent points scorers in Europe this season to make our Dream Team Europe XI?
Here’s your answer:
The romantics among you will be screaming for Juventus veteran Gianluigi Buffon, while common-sense surely points to Madrid’s Keylor Navas.
But in actuality, Man United’s Mister Reliable Sergio Romeo (90 points) pipped the lot as our best XI goalie.
Before their 4-1 thumping in the final, Juventus had a fine defensive record in the Champions League.
And to reiterate that, Juve full-backs Dani Alves (58 points) and Alex Sandro (43 points) have both made our best XI back-four, with Europa League winning defender Daley Blind (41 points) sat alongside finalist and fellow-Dutchman Nick Viergever (45 points).
Man United’s Paul Pogba (35 points) and Henrikh Mkhitaryan (45 points) more-or-less justified their lofty price-tags this term, with United going all the way in the Europa League.
However, proving that there’s perhaps value in backing one of the mainstays of Europe’s secondary competition, Brazilian midfielder Talisca (40 points) is perhaps a surprise inclusion to our midfield trio, but clearly did the works for Besiktas and plucky Dream Team Europe managers alike.
Of course Cristiano Ronaldo (90 points) is in our best XI, and quite frankly it would be a travesty if he wasn’t.
Joining Ronny in our tasty frontline is teenage sensation Kylian Mbappe (47 points) and compatriot Alexandre Lacazette (61 points) who raked up the goals this season, and showed us all that France have a pretty frightening stock of forwards.
Can’t wait for next season? Here’s everything you need to know about the Dream Team game – which will be back and better than ever in 2017/18.