Blog Lionel Messi wins record seventh mens Ballon dOr

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He saw off competition from Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski and Chelsea midfielder Jorginho.

Robert Lewandowski has lifted the Bundesliga and Club World Cup in 2021

Poland international Lewandowski, 33, who was widely expected to win last year, finished second after scoring 38 goals in 30 league games for Bayern in 2021.

Jorginho was key to Chelsea’s Champions League win as well as Italy’s Euro 2020 triumph

Meanwhile, Jorginho finished third after a standout year in which he helped Italy to glory at the delayed Euro 2020 after lifting the Champions League trophy with Chelsea in May.

Chelsea also won the club of the year award for having most players nominated across all of the categories.

Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling was the highest-ranked England player for the men’s award, finishing 15th, with compatriots Mason Mount, Harry Kane and Phil Foden 19th, 23rd and 25th respectively.

In July, the 34-year-old ended his long wait for a major international trophy by winning the Copa America with Argentina as they beat hosts Brazil in the final.

Sky Sports football writer Adam Bate

His form for Barcelona during the first half of the year should not be forgotten. He scored 28 goals in 29 games, including two in a man-of-the-match performance to win the Copa del Rey in April. The team was not functioning at its best, but he remained remarkable.

Cristiano Ronaldo finished sixth in the Ballon d’Or vote

Ronaldo did not attend Monday’s event at the Theatre du Chatelet in the French capital but responded to Ferre, the editor of France Football – organisers of the Ballon d’Or, on social media.

“Pascal Ferre lied, he used my name to promote himself and to promote the publication he works for,” Portugal international Ronaldo posted on Instagram.

“It is unacceptable that the person responsible for awarding such a prestigious prize could lie in this way, in absolute disrespect for someone who has always respected France Football and the Ballon d’Or.”

Men’s Ballon d’Or final standings 2021

  • 1) Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain & Barcelona)
  • 2) Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich & Poland)
  • 3) Jorginho (Chelsea & Italy)
  • 4) Karim Benzema (Real Madrid & France)
  • 5) N’Golo Kante (Chelsea & France)
  • 6) Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United & Portugal)
  • 7) Mohamed Salah (Liverpool & Egypt)
  • 8) Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City & Belgium)
  • 9) Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain & France)
  • 10) Gianluigi Donarumma (Paris Saint-Germain & Italy)
  • 11) Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund & Norway)
  • 12) Romelu Lukaku (Chelsea & Belgium)
  • 13) Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus & Italy)
  • 14) Leonardo Bonucci (Juventus & Italy)
  • 15 ) Raheem Sterling (Manchester City & England)
  • 16) Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain & Brazil)
  • 17) Luis Suarez (Atletico Madrid & Uruguay)
  • 18) Simon Kjaer (AC Milan & Denmark)
  • 19) Mason Mount (Chelsea & England)
  • 20) Riyad Mahrez (Manchester City & Algeria)
  • =21) Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United & Portugal)
  • =21) Lautaro Martinez (Inter Milan & Argentina)
  • 23) Harry Kane (Tottenham & England)
  • 24) Pedri (Barcelona & Spain)
  • 25) Phil Foden (Manchester City & England)
  • =26) Nicolo Barella (Inter Milan & Italy)
  • =26) Ruben Dias (Manchester City & Portugal)
  • =26) Gerard Moreno (Villarreal & Spain)
  • =29) Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea & Spain)
  • =29) Luka Modric (Real Madrid & Croatia)

Barca’s Pedri claims Kopa prize

Pedri was recognised as the best U21 player at the ceremony in Paris

Barcelona and Spain midfielder Pedri won the Kopa Trophy, the award presented to the best-performing player under the age of 21.

The 19-year-old was selected immediately ahead of England and Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham, while Manchester United’s Mason Greenwood was fifth and Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka sixth.

PL dominates ‘keeper category

Edouard Mendy was one of four Premier League goalkeepers in the top 10

Italy and PSG goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma won the Yashin Trophy for best goalkeeper after a successful Euro 2020 campaign in the summer.

But it was the Premier League goalkeepers that dominated the category with four inclusions in the top 10.

Edouard Mendy, a Champions League winner with Chelsea last season, finished second, while Manchester City’s Ederson was fourth in the voting after regaining the Premier League title.

Aston Villa’s Emiliano Martinez’s role in Argentina’s successful Copa America campaign earned him sixth spot, while Leicester and Denmark’s Kasper Schmeichel was ranked seventh best ‘keeper in the world after reaching the semi-final of Euro 2020.