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Robert Lewandowski Beats Lionel Messi And Cristiano Ronaldo To Be Crowned Best Player In The World By FIFA

Robert Lewandowski Beats Lionel Messi And Cristiano Ronaldo To Be Crowned Best Player In The World By FIFA

Robert Lewandowski has beaten Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo to be crowned the Best FIFA Men's Player for the first time.

World chiefs decided to go ahead with the annual FIFA Best awards ceremony despite the Covid crisis that led to the scrapping of the Ballon d'Or prize.

And the 32-year-old Polish striker won on the strength of his 55-goal haul to help Bayern Munich win the treble last season.

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Image: PA
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Lewandowski, Messi and Ronaldo had all been shortlisted in the men's category with international captains and managers, fans and a media panel allowed to vote.

"We were the best, there's no doubt about that," Lewandowski said ahead of the online ceremony at FIFA's headquarters in Zurich.

Nicknamed 'LewanGOALski' by teammate Thomas Muller, the forward's goals helped Bayern lift the Bundesliga, German Cup and Champions League trophies in 2019/20 as top scorer in all three competitions.

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He has already been named Footballer of the Year for Germany and Europe.

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The news was another blow for Ronaldo who wasn't included in a list of the top 10 performers of 2020 by Carteret Analytics.

Lewandowski scored twice to pass the 250-goal mark in the Bundesliga as Bayern came from behind to beat Wolfsburg 2-1 on Wednesday.

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He becomes just the third player to reach the landmark in the German top flight, after Gerd Muller and Klaus Fischer.

It was his 18th goal of the season for Bayern in all competitions and he has now scored 73 goals in 64 competitive club games since the start of last season.

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The win keeps Bayern one point behind leaders Bayer Leverkusen.

Topics: Robert Lewandowski, Lionel Messi, Bayern Munich, Cristiano Ronaldo

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