UEFA have revealed the official Team of the Year for 2019, with two-time African Player of the Year Mohamed Salah one of the notable omissions.
After lifting the UEFA Champions League title and finishing with a record points total for second place in the Premier League, it comes as no surprise to see the squad dominated by Jurgen Klopp's men.
Scroll through the gallery above to see the full 2019 UEFA Team of the Year
However, Salah has been overlooked in the squad that has been selected by a voting process open to the fans via the official UEFA website.
Five of the Premier League leaders squad have been included in the starting XI that lines up in an attacking 4-2-4 formation, with Lionel Messi and Frenkie de Jong from FC Barcelona also included.
Serie A champions Juventus are represented with two of their superstars, while Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski rounds of the formidable line-up.