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FIFA 20 Predicts Every Ballon d'Or Winner From 2019 To 2033

FIFA 20 Predicts Every Ballon d'Or Winner From 2019 To 2033

A YouTuber has used FIFA 20 to predict the winners of the Ballon d'Or for the next decade and a half -- and received some interesting results from the experiment.

France Football's coveted prize is awarded to the best player each year and Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have scooped the Ballon d'Or the most times at a record-tying five.

But YouTuber TheMasterBucks, who did the same experiment in FIFA 19 to predict the winners over the decade, has put FIFA 20's career mode to the test to see who wins the award from 2019 until 2033.

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2019: Lionel Messi

According to FIFA 20, Barcelona captain Messi will break the deadlock with his fierce rival and scoops a record-breaking sixth Ballon d'Or.

2020: Lionel Messi

The 32-year-old Argentine superstar has done it again as he picks up back-to-back Ballon d'Ors.

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Credit: TheMasterBucks/EA Sports
Credit: TheMasterBucks/EA Sports

2021: Lionel Messi

The Argentina captain is pulling well ahead of Ronaldo as he collects his eighth Ballon d'Or.

2022: Kylian Mbappe

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Enter a new challenger. Paris Saint-Germain superstar Kylian Mbappe breaks Messi's hold over the Ballon d'Or and wins the award at the age of 23.

That's not to mention that his overall rating has climbed to a whopping 95 in FIFA 20.

2023: Kylian Mbappe

The tide has officially turned as Mbappe wins back-to-back Ballon d'Ors. Is the Messi-Ronaldo dominance on the Ballon d'Or over?

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Credit: TheMasterBucks/EA Sports
Credit: TheMasterBucks/EA Sports

2024: Bernardo Silva

Manchester City star Bernardo Silva has stopped Mbappe in his tracks and won his first Ballon d'Or.

2025: Kylian Mbappe

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2026: Leroy Sane

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Credit: TheMasterBucks/EA Sports
Credit: TheMasterBucks/EA Sports
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2027: Leroy Sane

Wow. Anyone see that coming?

2028: Ousmane Dembele

Well, things are getting very interesting without Ronaldo and Messi. Ousmane Dembele has turned it up a notch and has picked up his first Ballon d'Or.

2029: Vinicius Jr

It's taken some time, but Real Madrid winger Vinicius Jr has bagged his first Ballon d'Or at the age of 29.

2030: Jonathan David

Time for some context: Jonathan David is currently 19 and plays for Gent in Belgium.

But he has managed to move to Liverpool in FIFA 20, secure an 87 overall rating and take home the Ballon d'Or award.

Not too shabby, eh?

Credit: TheMasterBucks/EA Sports
Credit: TheMasterBucks/EA Sports

2031: Kylian Mbappe

Six years have passed since he had his hands on the Ballon d'Or, but Mbappe is back and has picked up his fourth award.

2032: Kylian Mbappe

And Mbappe has done it as he moves level with Ronaldo on five Ballon d'Ors each!

2033: Vinicius Jr

Vinicius Jr isn't done with the Ballon d'Or and picks up the second of his career at the age of 33.

Credit: TheMasterBucks/EA Sports
Credit: TheMasterBucks/EA Sports

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Topics: gaming news, Xbox One, FIFA 20, Nintendo Switch, EA Sports, pc, YouTube, Playstation 4, PS4

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