Robert Lewandowski was named UEFA men’s player of the year on Thursday following a treble-winning season Bundesliga giant Bayern Munich.
Lewandowski was at the Champions League group draw in Geneva to receive the award, just weeks after Bayern won the 2019/20 edition of the competition.
The Poland striker scored 55 goals in 47 games as Bayern also won the Bundesliga, UEFA Super Cup and the German Cup.
The Bayern striker bagged two awards on the night, as he also clinched the best forward of the season award. He netted 15 goals in the last season.
The most expensive female footballer in the world following her transfer to Chelsea, and former Wolfsburg striker, Pernille Harder was named the women’s player of the year. The Danish striker scored 38 goals in 33 seasons last season.