We bring you the most striking votes after the FIFA The Best Awards
Gerardo MartinoMexico national team coach and captain William Ochoa Participate in the voting for the prizes The best of FIFA It was delivered on Monday.
America’s goalkeeper gave his votes to MessiAnd Lewandowski s Cristiano RonaldoWhile the voice of “Tata” Martino LewandowskiBenzema and Messi.
For the second year in a row, Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski It was recognized in the votes distributed after the election of eleven finalists by a group of experts with a long history in the world of football, the votes of coaches and captains of FIFA’s 211 member teams, professional journalists and fans.
Among the three finalists, the winner Lewandowski With one point by the captain of Egypt Mohamed Salah They did not receive anything from the Argentine Leo Messi, who chose to split his votes between two teammates from his new club, and gave five to Neymar and three to Kylian Mbappe, his last vote being dedicated to Karim Benzema, with whom he starred in several classics of Spanish football.
The surprise was the voices of Portugal coach Fernando Santos, who did not choose Cristiano Ronaldo He divided his votes between N’Golo Kanté, Jorginho and Lewandowski. And in the Welsh team leaders Gareth Bale, who preferred to vote for Lewandowski before his partner in Real Madrid. Benzema. Austrian David Alaba also chose his former Bayern Munich teammate over Karim, with whom he shares a dressing room in Madrid.
and portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo did not vote for Messi His points were divided between LewandowskiKanti and Jorginho. While Modric and Eden Hazard went home and chose Benzema, in the Belgian case ahead of teammate Kevin De Bruyne.
Benzema was also the first choice of coach Didier Deschamps and captain Hugo Lloris, who coincided in their vote for Karim ahead of Mbappe and Kante.
Some of the voices made by the various supporters were:
Sergio Busquets (Spain): Messi, Lewandowski and Haaland.
Luis Enrique Martinez (Spain): Messi, Lewandowski and Jorginho.
Lionel Messi (Argentina): Neymar, Mbappe and Benzema.
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal): Lewandowski, Kante and Jorginho.
Mohamed Salah (Egypt): Jorginho, Messi and Lewandowski.
Luka Modric (Croatia): Benzema, Jorginho and Lewandowski.
David Alaba (Austria): Lewandowski, Benzema and Jorginho.
Eden Hazard (Belgium): Benzema, Kevin De Bruyne and Jorginho.
Gareth Bale (Gales): Lewandowski, Benzema and Salah.
Hugo Lloris (France): Benzema, Mbappe and Kante.
Harry Kane (England): Lewandowski, Messi and Kante.
Manuel Neuer (Germany): Lewandowski, Salah and Kante.
Giorgio Chiellini (Italy): Jorginho, Lewandowski and Kante.
Martin Odegaard (Norway): Benzema, Haaland and Messi.
Jan Oblak (Slovenia): Messi, Kante and Lewandowski.
Diego Godin (Uruguay): Kanté, Jorginho and Messi.
Claudio Bravo (Chile): Messi, Lewandowski and Salah.
David Ospina (Colombia): Messi, Lewandowski and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico): Messi, Lewandowski and Cristiano Ronaldo
Didier Deschamps (France): Benzema, Mbappe and Kante.
Lionel Scaloni (Argentina): Messi, Mbappe and Neymar.
Roberto Mancini (Italy): Jorginho, Lewandowski and Mbappe.
Fernando Santos (Portugal): Kante, Jorginho and Lewandowski.
Joaquin Caparros (Armenia): Lewandowski, Benzema and Haaland.
Roberto Martinez (Belgium): De Bruyne, Jorginho and Lewandowski.
Carlos Queiroz (Egypt): Salah, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lewandowski.