Messi wins record fifth FIFA Ballon d’Or

Barcelona and Argentina forward, Lionel Messi, has won the FIFA
Ballon d’Or award for 2015.
Messi, who picked the award for a record fifth time, won ahead of
three time winner Real Madrid and Portugal forward Cristiano
Ronaldo and Barcelona and Brazil forward Neymar in the annual
poll organised by soccer’s governing body FIFA.
Messi was indeed outstanding in the period under review as the
28-year-old also broke the record for the most hat-tricks in
Spanish football history and most La Liga assists during 2015,
finishing the year by scoring in the FIFA Club World Cup final and
then again on his 500th appearance for the club.
In another category, Luis Enrique was named men coach of the
year after he led Barcelona to La Liga and Champion League
America’s Jill Ellis was named women coach of the year after she
led America to Women World Cup victory in Canada last year.
America’s Carli Lloyd was also named Women footballer of the
Fifa XI consisted majorly of players from the Spanish league, La
Liga. They include Manuel Neuer, Marcelo, Silva, Sergio Ramos,
Dani Alves, Andres Iniesta, Luka Modric, Pogba, Neymar, Lionel
Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.


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