Matildas stars Alanna Kennedy and Sam Kerr have missed out on the FIFPro Women’s World XI.
Late last night, FIFPro named their 2017 Women’s World XI.
Kerr missed out on being one of the three forwards, finishing in ninth out of 15, with Lieke Martens, Alex Morgan and Pernille Harder taking the spots.
While Lucy Bronze, Wendie Renard, Nilla Fischer and Irene Paredes rounded out the defenders with Kennedy coming in at 19th out of 20.
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It was Renard's third time being named in the World XI’s with the award only being started in 2015.
The Best FIFA Women's Player Martens topped off a brilliant 2017 which also included a UEFA Women's Championship with the Netherlands, UEFA Women's Euro 2017 Player of the Tournament and UEFA Women's Player of the Year.
Martens told FIFPro is was a huge honour.
“I am a little surprised that I received most votes of all players," she said.
"I like it, but I know that there are so many very good players like Pernille Harder, Eugenie le Sommer, Ada Hegerberg and many others,” Martens said.
Martens received 1,251 votes with Lucy Bronze and Wendie Renard close behind.
Five winners played for Olympique Lyonnais during the teams all European and French dominating side with the treble (French league and cup, and European Champions League titles) including Camille Abily, Lucy Bronze, Dzsenifer Marozsan, Wendie Renard and Alex Morgan.
More than 4,100 female first-division footballers in 45 countries voted based on 2017 performances.