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Alphonso Davies Drops Truth Bomb On Lionel Messi Beating Robert Lewandowski To Ballon d'Or

Nasir Jabbar


Alphonso Davies Drops Truth Bomb On Lionel Messi Beating Robert Lewandowski To Ballon d'Or

Alphonso Davies can't quite believe that Lionel Messi beat his Bayern Munich teammate Robert Lewandowski to the Ballon d'Or.


Messi received 33 more points than Lewandowski to take home a record-extending SEVENTH Ballon d'Or title.

The decision to hand the Paris Saint-Germain superstar with yet another award didn't go down well with fans and critics alike.

Image: PA
Image: PA

And the Poland star's colleagues are also finding it hard to understand the verdict of the 2021 Ballon d'Or results.

Davies took to social media to vent his anger at Lewandowski not getting the recognition he deserves following an ultra-prolific year.

He said it 'doesn't make sense' and pleaded with them to at least give the 33-year-old striker the Ballon d'Or from last year.

Speaking on Instagram, he said: "I don't want to talk about it. To me it doesn't make sense.

"I'm going to leave it like that... because if I start talking about it a lot of people's feelings are going to get hurt.

"Lewandowski deserved to win it. At least give the guy the Ballon d'Or from last year.

"You can't tell me... oh my god I'd be so mad man. I'd probably punch something."

Image: PA
Image: PA

During his victory speech on Monday, Messi even admitted that Lewandowski deserves a Ballon d'Or.

He said: "Robert, you deserve your Ballon d'Or.

"Last year, everyone was in agreement to say that you were the big winner of this award."

Featured Image Credit: PA/Instagram

Topics: Football, Robert Lewandowski, ​Alphonso Davies, Lionel Messi

Nasir Jabbar
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