Robert Lewandowski has been named Uefa Men’s Player of the Year on Thursday following a spectacular season were he rag 55 goals in all competitions and won the treble with Bayern Munich.
The Polish scored 55 goals in 47 games in the just completed 2019/2020 football season. He won with Bayern, Bundesliga and German Cup. He was top scorer in the Champions League with 15 goals.
Also Honoured at the Award ceremony was former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, he won the UEFA President’s Award. Bayern’s Manuel Neuer was named men’s Goalkeeper of the Year and Sarah Bouhaddi of Lyon claimed the women’s honour.
Lyon’s Wendie Renard was named women’s Defender of the Year with teammate Dzsenifer Marozsan the best midfielder, while Bayern’s Joshua Kimmich was the No. 1 men’s defender and Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne named best midfielder.