Bayern Munich and Poland striker Robert Lewandowski on Thursday beat Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi to win The Finest FIFA Males’s Participant award. Manchester Metropolis and England defender Lucy Bronze, in the meantime received the The Finest FIFA Ladies’s participant award. The award ceremony was a digital occasion as a result of Covid-19 pandemic.
Each gamers are profitable the award for the primary time of their careers. Whereas Bronze is the fifth participant to win the award that has been received by a unique participant every year within the girls’s class because it was conferred to USA’s Carli Lloyd, Lewandowski is the third to win the award after Ronaldo, Messi and Actual Madrid midfielder Luka Modric.
Each Lewandowski and Bronze had been additionally included within the males’s and ladies’s World 11 respectively.
In the meantime, Liverpool supervisor Jurgen Klopp received the Finest Males’s Coach award whereas Netherlands girls’s national-team boss Sarina Wiegman received the Finest Ladies’s Coach award for the second time in her profession.
Lewandowski’s Bayern crew mate and Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer was chosen as The Finest FIFA Males’s Goalkeeper, whereas France and Olympique Lyonnais’s Sarah Bouhaddi capped her wonderful profession with The Finest FIFA Ladies’s Goalkeeper Award. Bouhaddi had earlier lobbied for the creation of the award.
Classes and Winners:
Males’s Participant: Robert Lewandowski (Poland/Bayern Munich)
Ladies’s Participant: Lucy Bronze (England/Lyon)
Ladies’s Coach: Sarina Wiegman (The Netherlands)
Males’s Coach: Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool)
Ladies’s Goalkeeper: Sarah Bouhaddi (France/Lyon)
Males’s Goalkeeper: Manuel Neuer (Germany/Bayern Munich)
FIFPRO Ladies’s World11:
Christiane Endler (Chile) (GK); Lucy Bronze (England), Wendie Renard (France), Millie Vivid (England), Delphine Cascarino (France); Barbara Bonansea(Italy), Veronica Boquete (Italy), Megan Rapinoe (USA); Pernille Tougher(Denmark), Vivianne Miedema (Netherlands), Tobin Heath (USA).
FIFPRO Males’s World11:
Alisson Becker (Brazil) (GK); Trent-Alexander Arnold (England), Sergio Ramos (Actual Madrid), Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands), Alphoso Davies (Canada); Kevin de Bruyne (Belgium), Thiago Alcantara (Spain), Joshua Kimmich (Germany); Lionel Messi (Argentina), Robert Lewandowski (Poland), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
FIFA Puskas Award: Son Heung-Min (Tottenham vs Burnley)
FIFA Truthful Play Award: Italy’s Mattia Agnese, 17, who helped an opponent who misplaced consciousness throughout a recreation.
FIFA Fan Award: Marivaldo Francisco da Silva, a brilliant fan of Brazilian membership Sport Membership do Recife, who has by no means missed a house recreation and takes a 60-km stroll to achieve the membership’s stadium for each recreation.