Bayern captain Manuel Neuer is the top goalkeeper of the season in the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League campaign.
Neuer had a stellar season with Bayern Munich, leading them to triple victories in the UEFA Champions League, Bundesliga and the German Cup. The 34-year-old goalkeeper played every minute of Bayern's triumphant European campaign, with a particularly impressive performance in the Lisbon final. The award was announced during the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League group stage draw in Geneva.
Goalkeeper voting of the season
1. Manuel Neuer (Bayern) - 376 points
2 Jan Oblak (Atlético) - 92 points
3 Navas (Paris) - 89 points
4 Anthony Lopez (Lyon) - 46 points
5. Alisson Becker (Liverpool) - 28 points
6 Courtois (Real) - 18 points
= Marc-André ter Stegen (Barcelona) - 18 points
8 Peter Gulachi (RB Leipzig) - 15 points
9 Wojciech Szczęsny (Juventus) - 10 points
10 Ederson (Manchester City) - 8 points
Neuer & #039; s 2019/20 in numbers
Achievements : UEFA Champions League winner, Bundesliga winner, German Cup winner, UEFA Champions League Best Team of the Season, Bundesliga Golden Glove.
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Conceded goals: 8
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"Manu has been in great shape throughout the 2019/20 season and is in a class of his own - amazing, incredible."
Joachim Loew, coach of the German national team
“His quality was incredible against us in the UEFA Champions League final. His performance was kind of a distortion of the competition. He took goalkeepers to new heights. "
Thomas Tuchel, coach of PSG
“Manuel is one of a kind. If you look at everything that Manuel has won and how much he has contributed to team titles, you can say that he is one of the best of all time. "
Oliver Kahn, former goalkeeper for Bayern and Germany
How Neuer was chosen
The jury consisted of coaches from 32 clubs in the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League group stage, as well as 55 journalists selected by the European Sports Media (ESM) group, one from each UEFA member association. Coaches were not allowed to vote for players from their teams.
The jury selected three best players for each position, with the first one receiving five points, the second three and the third. The winner was the player with the most points in each category.
The rest of the prize winners
UEFA Player of the Year: Robert Lewandowski
UEFA Player of the Year: Pernille Harder
Male Coach of the Year: Hansi Flick
Women's Coach of the Year: Jean-Luc Wasser
Men's Defender of the Season: Joshua Kimmich
Best Midfielder of the Season for Men: Kevin De Bruyne
Men's forward of the season: Robert Lewandowski
Women's Goalkeeper of the Season: Sarah Buhaddi
Women's Defender of the Season: Wendy Renard
Women's Midfielder of the Season: Zenifer Marojan
Women's forward of the season: Pernille Harder
UEFA President's Prize: Didier Drogba