Bayern Munich enjoyed another productive campaign in 2016-17, with some memorable goals netted along the way.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side successfully defended the Bundesliga title in their first season under the Italian coach, with a 15-point advantage held over the chasing pack.
They found the target 89 times on their way to capturing the crown, while there were plenty more efforts plundered in domestic cup competition and in a Champions League campaign ended by eventual winners Real Madrid at the quarter-final stage.
Among those were some spectacular strikes from Bayern’s leading lights, with the club picking out four of the finest to battle it out for the right to be considered their goal of the season.
Xabi Alonso did not manage too many efforts over the course of his distinguished career, but his final season before hanging up his boots included a stunning volley.
Arjen Robben and Douglas Costa are more accustomed to finding the target, and both produced some moments of individual magic.
Robert Lewandowski, meanwhile, remains one of the finest frontmen in world football and has just finished his most productive season to date – one which delivered a personal best 43 goals.