Who won the Best Fifa Football Awards 2019? Lionel Messi and Megan Rapinoe

The Best FIFA Soccer Awards are one of the prestigious football awards, which are awarded annually to the best footballer of the year in several categories. FIFA collaborated with the French Football Federation in 2010 to award the FIFA Golden Ball until its association ended in 2015. The French Football Federation continued with its Golden Ball awards while FIFA began the Best Male Player of FIFA. The Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo won the first two prizes for the Best FIFA Men's Player. Croatian midfielder Luka Modric won the 2018 FIFA Best Male Player Award.

The selection criteria for male players of the year were: respective achievements during the period from July 16, 2018 to July 19, 2019. The best FIFA 2019 football awards were held on September 23, 2019 at the Theater Alla Scala from Milan, Italy. Former Dutch footballer Ruud Gullit and Ilaria D ' Amico organized the awards ceremony. Van Dijk, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo were nominated as the 3 best players for the best male player award.

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FIFA Awards "data-caption =" Lionel Messi wins the 2019 FIFA Best Male Player Award. "Data-source =" @ independent.co.uk

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Lionel Messi's biography

Lionel Messi wins the Best Male Player of the Year

Lionel Messi beat Van Dijk and Cristiano Ronaldo to win his first FIFA Best Male Player Award. He won the prize with 46 rank points. Virgil Van Dijk, who already won the UEFA Best Male Player Award this year, was favored to win the FIFA Award this year. However, Messi got the prize successfully and surely deserved it. Van Dijk received 38 rank points and Ronaldo with 36 rank points. Despite winning only the La Liga title for Barcelona, ​​Messi's individual performance throughout the season was enough to win the prize. Messi had also won the European Golden Shoe.

FIFA Awards "data-caption =" Daniel Zsori wins the 2019 FIFA Puskas Award. "Data-source =" @ eurosport.co.uk

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Cristiano Ronaldo's achievements for the club and the country this year were enough for him to be named among the top 3 nominees, but he was not good enough to win his third FIFA Best Player award. Nor was Virgil van Dijk's victory in the Champions League enough to win his first FIFA Best Male Player Award. Messi's goal was also the top 3 nominated for this year's Puskas Award, which Daniel Zsori won for his goal against Ferenvaros on February 16, 2019.

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FIFA Awards "data-caption =" Megan Rapinoe wins the 2019 FIFA Best Player Award. "Data-source =" @ ussoccer.com

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Biography of Megan Rapinoe

In the women's category, the US national team and the Reign FC captain, Megan Rapinoe, won the Best FIFA Player award. He received 46 rank points ahead of his national teammate Alex Morgan and English defender Lucy Bronze. Rapinoe had helped the US national team. UU. To win the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019, where he also won the Golden Boot with 6 goals and the best player of the tournament, Ballon d'Or.

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Jurgen Klopp Biography

The Best FIFA Football Awards 2019 Here is the list of all the best FIFA Football Awards this year.

FIFA Best Male Player Award – Lionel Messi

FIFA's best male goalkeeper: Allison Becker

FIFA's best male coach: Jurgen Klopp

The Best FIFA Player Award – Megan Rapinoe

FIFA's best female goalkeeper – Sari van Veenendaal

The best female coach of FIFA: Jill Ellis

FIFA Puskas Award – Daniel Zsori

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FIFA Fair Play Award: Marcelo Biesla and the Leeds United team

FIFA Fan Award – Silvia Grecco

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FIFA FIFPro Men ' s World11 for this year:

Allison Becker (Goalkeeper)

Sergio Ramos (Defender)

Matthijs de Ligt (Defender)

Virgil van Dijk (Defender)

Marcelo (Defender)

Eden Hazard (Midfielder)

Frenkie de Jong (Midfielder)

Luka Modric (Midfielder)

Lionel Messi (Forward)

Cristiano Ronaldo (Forward)

Kylian Mbappe (Forward)

FIFA FIFPro Women ' s World 11 for this year

Sari van Veenendaal (Goalkeeper)

Lucy Bronze (Defender)

Wendie Renard (Defender)

Nilla Fischer (Defender)

Kelley O ' Hara (Defender)

Amandine Henry (Midfielder)

Julie Ertz (midfielder)

Rose Lavelle (Midfielder)

Marta (Forward)

Alex Morgan (Forward)

Megan Rapinoe (Forward)

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