FIFA Awards 2021
FIFA Awards 2021: Bayern Munich forward and Poland commander Robert Lewandowski won the honor for the second consecutive year after a season in which he beat Gerd Mueller’s 49-year-old record of 40 objectives in a solitary Bundesliga crusade. who set a Bundesliga goal record last season, won the trophy for the second time, edging Argentine Lionel Messi of Paris Saint-Germain and Egyptian Mohamed Salah of Liverpool. It was some consolation for the Polish striker who lost out to Messi for the Ballon d’Or in November.
It is a great honor and pleasure to receive the title of FIFA The Best Men's Player 🏆
— Robert Lewandowski (@lewy_official) January 17, 2022
The 27-year-old Putellas was at the core of the Barcelona ladies’ group which won the Spanish association and the UEFA Champions League Chelsea won both the honors for the best mentor, with Thomas Tuchel winning the men’s honor and Emma Hayes named the best ladies’ mentor. Cristiano Ronaldo has granted the ‘FIFA Special The Best Award’. The Manchester United striker perceived as turning into the most noteworthy scoring male in worldwide football history.
Chile and Olympique Lyonnais’ Christiane Endler named The Best Women’s Goalkeeper. The Puskas Award for the best objective of the year won by Argentine Erik Lamela. Presently with Spanish club Sevilla, for his objective for Tottenham Hotspur against Arsenal. The Denmark public group and their clinical staff won the Fair Play grant for their quick reaction after Christian Eriksen imploded on the field during the Euro 2020 game with Finland.