Ballon D’OR 2021: PSG Goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma Crowned 2021 Yashin Trophy Winner
Written by Max1023fm on November 29, 2021
Gianluigi Donnarumma has won the Yashin Trophy, granted to the world’s best goalkeeper this year at the Ballon d’Or service in Paris.
Italy’s No1 played a featuring job in their Euro 2020 victory with essential punishment shootout saves and kept a closefisted guarded record all through the opposition, and he was named the Player of the Tournament. His club structure has been less amazing, be that as it may, making just showed up so far since trading AC Milan for Paris Saint-Germain in the late spring because of injury and the type of Keylor Navas.
Donnarumma, 22, warded off rivalry from Chelsea’s Edouard Mendy, who has been exceptional under Thomas Tuchel and kept objective as the Blues won last season’s Champions League, just as aiding them to the highest point of the Premier League this season with just five objectives yielded.
Donnarumma turns out to be just the subsequent goalkeeper to win the prize, continuing in the strides of Liverpool’s Alisson Becker who won the debut Yashin Trophy in 2019. There was no champ in 2020 when the Ballon d’Or grants were dropped because of the pandemic.
The Yashin Trophy was set up to show explicit appreciation to goalkeepers, after just one – the Russian extraordinary Lev Yashin – had at any point won the Ballon d’Or itself since its beginning in 1956.