Bundesliga players Jerome Boateng, Joshua Kimmich and Raphael Guerreiro have all been named in the UEFA EURO 2016 Team of the Tournament.
'The best of the competition'
FC Bayern München's defensive duo Boateng and Kimmich made the final XI after their impressive form helped Germany to a sixth straight major tournament semi-final, while Borussia Dortmund new boy Raphael Guerreiro shone as Portugal went on to lift the trophy, courtesy of a 1-0 extra-time victory over France in Paris on Sunday.
The team was selected by a team of 13 UEFA technical observers, including former Manchester United FC coach Sir Alex Ferguson and long-time SV Werder Bremen boss Thomas Schaaf.
Speaking to UEFA.com, Ferguson said: "After quite a bit of deliberation, the observers chose a team that features the best performing players from the best performing teams at UEFA EURO 2016. We have chosen dominant central defenders; full-backs who can defend and attack; deep-lying midfielders who can control the game and dynamic, flexible and creative attackers, all of whom have the ability to create and score goals. We believe that the selected XI represents the best of the competition."