UEFA confirmed the Champions League Squad of the Season on Sunday, with six players from winners Liverpool named in the 20-man selection.
The Reds beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 on Saturday to become European champions for the sixth time, with Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi on the scoresheet.
Neither player made it into UEFA's squad, although the work of a number of Liverpool's heroes was recognised, with Alisson Becker, Virgil van Dijk, Andrew Robertson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Georginio Wijnaldum and Sadio Mane making the cut.
Having performed tremendously in the buildup to the final, Spurs have three representatives in Jan Vertonghen, Lucas Moura and Moussa Sissoko. Barcelona's Lionel Messi and Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo are also included, as are Manchester City duo Raheem Sterling and Kevin De Bruyne.
In addition to Salah, there was no place in the selection for PSG forwards Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.
After losing the final in Kiev to Real Madrid a year ago, Liverpool have enjoyed a remarkable campaign. They finished second to City in the Premier League with 97 points prior to their historic success in Madrid on Saturday.
Here is the moment Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson hoisted the trophy aloft:
While their Champions League win was very much a team effort, Liverpool supporters have been treated to some exceptional individual displays from their players.
In Kiev, errors from goalkeeper Loris Karius proved to be the difference in the loss to Real Madrid. In the summer, Liverpool spent a then-world-record fee on Alisson, and he's excelled in his debut season at the club.
Not only did he make a key save against Napoli in the group stages to keep Liverpool in the competition, but he was also excellent at the base of the team against Spurs. BT Sport shared some of his best moments from the final:
Van Dijk, who was named PFA Player of the Year earlier this season, also enjoyed another excellent game and was asked after the match about the prospect of winning the Ballon d'Or:
Aside from the players, the win also clearly meant a lot to manager Jurgen Klopp, who has transformed the Reds into regular challengers for major honours domestically and in Europe.
Roger Bennett from the Men In Blazers podcast was full of praise for the job done by the German since he was appointed at Anfield:
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Klopp inherited middling squad filled with self-doubt and has transformed them, surviving the darkness of last year's galling Champions League final, and the breathless grind of a season spent chasing Man City to no avail. To go again and savor glory, a testament to his Tenacity
Lucas did not start against Liverpool in Madrid, but his hat-trick in the semi-final against Ajax was vital to Tottenham making it to the final. The Brazilian was left on the bench, with Harry Kane preferred up top.
Messi was exceptional again in the competition, although his side crumbled against Liverpool in the semi-finals. It was the first time in four seasons that Ronaldo didn't win the competition, as his Juventus side were eliminated by Ajax in the quarter-finals.