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✨Complete ranking of the Ballon d’Or: Messi wins, Haaland second, Mbappe third

✨Complete ranking of the Golden Globe Awards: Messi won the first place, Harland second, Mbappe third SportsTalk News on October 31 The suspense of the 2023 Golden Globe Awards was announced, and the complete ranking of 1-30 was released. Messi wins the title for the eighth time in his career! The full rankings are below. 1. Messi (Paris/Inter Miami, Argentina)

SportsTalk reported on October 31 that the suspense of the 2023 Golden Globe Awards was announced, and the complete ranking of 1-30 was released. Messi wins the title for the eighth time in his career! The full rankings are below.

1. Messi (Paris/Inter Miami, Argentina, 36 years old)

2. Haaland (Manchester City, Norway, 23 years old)

3. Mbappe ( Paris, France, 24 years old)

4. De Bruyne (Manchester City, Belgium, 32 years old)

5. Rodri (Manchester City, Spain, 27 years old)

6. Vinicius (Real Madrid, Brazil, 23 years old)

7. Alvarez (Manchester City, Argentina, 23 years old)

8. Osimhen (Naples, Nigeria, 24 years old)

9. Bernardo Silva (Man City, Portugal, 29 years old)

10. Modric (Real Madrid, Croatia, 38 years old)

11. Sarah He (Liverpool, Egypt, 31 years old)

12. Lewandowski (Barcelona, ​​Poland, 35 years old)

13. Bounu (Seville/Riyadh Crescent, Morocco, 32 years old)

14. Gundogan (Man City/Barcelona, ​​Germany, 33 years old)

15. Martinez (Villa, Argentina, 31 years old)

16. Benzema (Real Madrid/Jeddah United, France, 35 years old)

17. Kvaratshelia (Naples, Georgia, 22 years old)

18. Bellingham (Dortmund/Real Madrid, England, 20 years old)

19 . Kane (Tottenham/Bayern, England, 30 years old)

20. Lautaro (Inter Milan, Argentina, 26 years old)

21. Griezmann (Atletico Madrid, France, 32 years old)

22. Kim Min-jae (Naples/Bayern, South Korea, 26 years old)

23. Onana (Inter Milan/Manchester United, Cameroon, 27 years old)

24. Saka (Arsenal, England, 22 years old)

25. Gvardiol (Leipzig/Manchester City, Croatia,21 years old)

26. Musiala (Bayern, Germany, 20 years old)

27. Barrera (Inter Milan, Italy, 26 years old)

28. Odegaard (Arsenal, Norway, 24 years old)

28. Mouani (Frankfurt/Paris, France, 24 years old)

30. Ruben Dias (Manchester City, Portugal, 26 years old)


The Ballon d’Or was known as the European Footballer of the Year before 1995 and was established by the French magazine France Football. The World Player of the Year award is one of the oldest awards and is recognized as football’s highest individual honor. From 2010 to 2015, it was merged with the FIFA World Player of the Year to form the FIFA Ballon d’Or.

The first Golden Globe Awards were held in 1956. In 2020, one session was canceled due to the epidemic. So far, a total of 66 Golden Globe Awards have been awarded. ball award.

This year’s Ballon d’Or candidate list

First batch: Benzema (Real Madrid/Jeddah United, France), Salah (Liverpool, Egypt), Onana (Inter Milan/Manchester United, Cameroon), Musiala (Bayern, Germany), Gvardiol (Leipzig/Manchester City, Croatia)

Second batch: De Bruyne ( Manchester City, Belgium), Saka (Arsenal, England), Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund/Real Madrid, England), Bernardo Silva (Manchester City, Portugal), Muani (Eintracht Frankfurt/Paris, France)

Third batch: Haaland (Manchester City, Norway), Martinez (Victoria) La, Argentina), Kvalac Helia (Naples, Georgia), Ruben Dias (Manchester City, Portugal), Varela (Inter Milan, Italy)

The fourth batch: Vinicius (Real Madrid, Brazil), AlVares (Man City, Argentina), Odegaard (Arsenal, Norway), Ilkay Gundogan (Man City/Barcelona, ​​Germany), Bounu (Sevilla/Riyadh Crescent, Morocco)

Fifth batch: Messi (Paris/Inter Miami, Argentina), Lewandowski (Barcelona, ​​Poland), Lautaro (Inter Milan, Argentina), Griezmann (Atletico Madrid, France), Rodri (Manchester City, Spain)

The sixth batch: Kylian Mbappe (Paris, France), Osimhen (Naples, Nigeria), Kane (Tottenham/Bayern, England), Modric (Real Madrid, Croatia), Kim Min-jae (Naples) /Bayern, South Korea)

Selection performance reference time:

The reference period for player performance is from August last year to July this year. The Qatar World Cup (November 21 to December 18, 2022) is included in the selection.

Selection rules:

1 , based on seasons instead of natural years

2. Expansion of the candidate jury: Join the Golden Globe Ambassador Germany Roba and the most insightful voters of last year

3. Only representatives of the top 100 countries and regions ranked by FIFA Only those who are eligible to vote

4. Make it clear that the selection will first consider the player’s personal performance and remove the rule that considers the player’s career

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