Bayern Munich had three of their players and their manager win the UEFA awards as the Champions League kick start on October.

The UEFA award’s was hosted side by side with the Champions League draw and it was hosted in Athens Greece.

The first awarded to be handed was the goalkeeper of the season, the Bavarians captain Manuel Neuer won the goalkeeper award of the year. The 34-year-old German international was pivotal for the Bavarians winning the Champions League as he made numerous saves to keep his team in a match.

The defender of the season was given to Bayern Munich Joshua Kimmich, the 25-year-old versatile player was by far the best right back of the season as his ability to read game was his major trait in the game.

The award for the best midfielder was giving to Manchester City Kevin De Bruyne, the 29-year-old attacking midfielder vision and ability to pick a player makes him different among his pairs this season.

The coach of the season award was given to the Bavarians coach Hansi Flick, the 55-year-old German was able to guide his team to win the Champions League.

Robert Lewandowski won the two awards which his the forward of the season and UEFA men’s award, the 32-year-old Polish striker was impressive last season scoring 15 goals in 10 matches and pushing his team to win the Champions League.

Bayern Munich are in Group A with Athletico Madrid, Salzburg and Lokomotiv Moscow.