Season's achievements


• On target ten times in 27 Bundesliga outings, including doubles against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim and VfL Borussia Mönchengladbach, as FC Bayern München won the title by 25 points from Borussia Dortmund.

• An influential figure in the UEFA Champions League final as Bayern edged out Dortmund at Wembley. The French international controlled a high ball into the box and flicked it into Arjen Robben's path for the No10 to score the late winner.

• Claimed just one UEFA Champions League goal but had a prominent role in Bayern's success nonetheless, laying on five assists. Played all but one minute of the German Cup final as Bayern completed a historic treble with victory over VfB Stuttgart.

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Year in numbers



12 in UEFA competitions

27 in domestic competitions

Minutes played


849 in UEFA competitions

2113 in domestic competitions



1 in UEFA competitions

10 in domestic competitions



2 in UEFA competitions

14 in domestic competitions

Goal attempts


13 in UEFA competitions

65 in domestic competitions

Passes completion %


83.8% in UEFA competitions

87.8% in domestic competitions

Matches won


10 in UEFA competitions

25 in domestic competitions

Matches drawn


1 in UEFA competitions

2 in domestic competitions

Matches lost


1 in UEFA competitions

1 in domestic competitions

UEFA competitions: Matches in UEFA's own competitions e.g. UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League. Non-EURO international matches are not included.

What they said

It was an extraordinary year for us. We'd wanted that trophy for so long and to play at Wembley was fantastic. I think Bayern deserved to win the cup after such a long time. It's always nice to win this trophy, and I think it's a special moment for me to be here this evening. I want to thank all my team-mates and the directors at Bayern, and the supporters. We've had a fantastic year, and a big hello to all my family, my children and my wife.
Franck Ribéry
He had a great season in a team which worked very well, a collective way of play. He has been decisive and scored important goals, together with crucial assists. He helped his club play well, performed consistently well throughout the season, was worthy of this award.
Pierre Maturana (So Foot, France)
He won three titles last season and was the dominant player in Germany. His displays were of a constantly high level on both the domestic and international scene, and his name was spoken of throughout the season.
Rainer Franzke (Kicker, Germany)
I voted for him because I like players who give everything on the pitch and Ribéry is one of them. He gives his best in every match, he sweats on the pitch every game, and I think it's right that the winner is a Bayern player, because he contributed to the club winning the Champions League last season.
Alexander Bobrov (Sport Express, Russia)
It was an honour to be in this race again, and among the best three players in Europe. There are so many great players in the world, and it is a pure joy to be here, but he deserved to win the trophy.
Lionel Messi (runner-up and 2011 winner)