Antoine Griezmann
Antoine Griezmann (left) scored his 22 goals last season. Getty

Antoine Griezmann has been crowned the Best Player in La Liga and the Fans' Five-Star Player of the season 2015-2016 in a gala which saw Atletico Madrid overshadowing Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Luka Modric and Marco Asensio also won awards but the Frenchman, Diego Simeone, Jan Oblak and Diego Godin gave Los Colchoneros five different accolades.

The captains of the 20 La Liga clubs voted for the top players in each position while a data-analysis system generated the best player award.

Best player in La Liga and Fans most voted player: Antoine Griezmann

The 25-year-old star was unable to lead Los Colchoneros to the La Liga title. However, his 22 goals and five assists were enough to be rewarded as the top performer of the 2015-2016 and as well the favourite of the fans.

A video-analysis tool that tracks the performances of every single player in the competition has been used to name the winner of the Best Player of La Liga while the Fans' Five-Star Player was decided by the public through a dedicated page on Facebook.

Best goalkeeper: Jan Oblak

The Slovenian international was a straightforward choice after Atletico Madrid ended the La Liga 2015-216 with the best defensive record, conceding only 18 goals in 38 games.

Oblak, who has been fundamental since replacing current Chelsea number one Thibaut Courtois, didn't miss a single minute conceded and racked up 82 saves during his 3,420 minutes of playing time throughout the campaign.

Best defender: Diego Godin

The 30-year-old centre back also played a crucial role in the impressive defensive record of Atletico Madrid. The Uruguay international has eventually become supreme representative of Diego Simeone's style, leading the back-line of Los Colchoneros since his arrival from Villarreal. He started 31 La Liga games last season and scored one goal.

Best Midfielder: Luka Modric

The former Tottenham star beat the likes of Barcelona maestro Andres Iniesta for the best midfielder award after having become into arguably the most important player for Real Madrid. The Croatian dictated Los Blancos game from the middle of the park, scoring two goals and providing four assists in the process.

Best striker: Lionel Messi

The Barcelona star picked the prize ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo in the preview of the Ballon D'or battle. The Argentinian international formed an impressive attack alongside Neymar and Luis Suarez, scoring 26 goals and providing 16 assists in 33 appearances to lead the Catalans to the title.

La Liga World Player: Luis Suarez

The former Liverpool striker was the La Liga top scorer last season. The Barcelona striker netted 40 goals and provided 16 assists in 35 appearances. Those impressive stats served him to being voted the best non-European player.

Best Newcomer: Marco Asensio

The Real Madrid playmaker proved to be a sensation in La Liga 2015-2016 while playing on loan at Espanyol. The 20-year-old Mallorca academy product scored four goals and set up 13 assists in his debut campaign in La Liga to earn a deserved return to the Santiago Bernabeu in the summer.

Best manager: Diego Simeone

The Argentinian boss once again managed to keep Atletico Madrid battling with Barcelona and Real Madrid for the La Liga title until the very end, ultimately securing a third-place finish, just three points behind the Catalans.