Ballon d’Or 2021: Lionel Messi wins Award for Seventh Time and Putellas Claims Women’s Award

Written by on November 29, 2021

It’s Ballon d’Or number seven for Messi!!!­čĽ║­čĺâ­čĆ┐­čĽ║

Paris Saint-Germain forward, Lionel Messi has made history this evening by winning a SEVENTH Ballon d’Or! What a player he is! Is he the greatest of all time? His record in this award certainly suggests so!

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Ballon d'Or 2021:  Lionel Messi wins Award for Seventh Time and Putellas Claims Women's Award

Ballon d’Or 2021: Lionel Messi wins Award for Seventh Time and Putellas Claims Women’s Award

 

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The 34-year-old┬ábeat down Bayern Munich and Poland forward Robert Lewandowski, who was the other force to be reckoned with during the current year’s honour.

Messi won the last Ballon d’Or grant introduced in 2019. The 2020 release was dropped because of the COVID-19 pandemic, however, Lewandowski was generally accepted to be the possible champ before it was disputably

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FC Barcelona star assaulting midfielder Alexia Putellas won the ladies’ Ballon d’Or grant, PSG goalkeeper Gigi Donnarumma was voted the best men’s goalkeeper on the planet, and another Barcelona player, 19-year-old Pedri, was named the best men’s Under-21 player on the planet.

 

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Robert Lewandowski was named the debut Striker of the Year as the top scorer for both club and nation, while European hero Chelsea FC brought home the Club of the Year with the most contender for the men’s Ballon d’Or grant (attached with Manchester City at five players).

Media all throughout the planet decided in favour of three of the honours ÔÇö the people’s Ballon d’Or and the Yashin Trophy for the best goalkeeper ÔÇö and 32 previous Ballon d’Or victors decided on the best young fellows’ player. Two new honours, Striker of the Year and Club of the Year were presented interestingly by France Football, the French games week after week which has run the Ballon d’Or grants starting around 1956.

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“I don’t know how many years I have left, but I hope there will still be many because I am having enormous fun,” Messi said at the France Football ceremony where he picked up his seventh Ballon d’Or before praising Lewandowski, who was the favourite to win the 2020 Ballon d’Or until it was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
“You deserve your Ballon d’Or,” the Argentine added. “Last year, everyone was in agreement to say that you were the big winner.”
Ballon d'Or 2021:  Lionel Messi wins Award for Seventh Time and Putellas Claims Women's Award

Ballon d’Or 2021: Lionel Messi wins Award for Seventh Time and Putellas Claims Women’s Award

The men’s top 10

A reminder for you of how the men’s top 10 finished:

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  1. Lionel Messi
  2. Robert Lewandowski
  3. Jorginho
  4. Karim Benzema
  5. N’Golo Kante
  6. Cristiano Ronaldo
  7. Mohamed Salah
  8. Kevin De Bruyne
  9. Kylian Mbappe
  10. Gianluigi Donnarumma
  11. Erling Haaland
  12.  Romelu Lukaku
  13. Giorgio Chiellini
  14. Giorgio Chiellini
  15. Raheem Sterling
  16. Neymar
  17. Luis Suarez
  18. Simon Kjaer
  19. Mason Mount
  20. Riyad Mahrez
  21. Bruno Fernandes
  22. Lautaro Martinez
  23.  Harry Kane
  24.  Pedri
  25. Phil Foden
  26. Nicolo Barella
  27. Ruben Dias
  28. Gerard Moreno
  29. Cesar Azpilicueta
  30. Luka Modric

 

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