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▶ Lionel Messi wins Ballon d'Or record eighth time [2023/10/31   ]

Lionel Messi is celebrating after being named Ballon d’Or winner for the eighth time, extending his own record for being named the planet’s best player.

Now with Inter Miami in MLS, the 36-year-old had been seen as overwhelming favourite to claim another golden prize following Argentina’s World Cup win in Qatar at the end of last year.

Aitana Bonmati succeeded Alexia Putellas as winner of the women’s award, the Ballon d’Or Feminin. The midfielder starred for Spain during the Women’s World Cup win, as well as playing a key part in Barcelona’s incredible 2022/23 season which included a Champions League final comeback win. Vinicius Jr, Jude Bellingham and others also picked up awards on the night.

Follow along for the latest reaction from the Ballon d’Or awards in Paris with our liveblog below:
Ballon d’Or Awards

    Early list reveals Mohamed Salah 11th, Harry Kane in 19th

    Jude Bellingham wins Kopa Trophy

    Vinicius Jr succeeeds Sadio Mane as winner of Socrates award

    Barcelona win Club of the Year award for FCB Femeni’s triumphs in 22/23

    Man City win Club of the Year for men’s game after treble triumph

    Emi Martinez wins Yashin Trophy for best goalkeeper

    Erling Haaland wins Gerd Muller award for most goals

    Aitana Bonmati wins Ballon d’Or Feminin 2023

    Lionel Messi wins his eighth Ballon d’Or, extending his own record

Messi wins eighth Ballon d’Or as Bonmati and Bellingham pick up awards

Monday 30 October 2023 21:50 , Karl Matchett

Lionel Messi is celebrating after being named Ballon d’Or winner for the eighth time, extending his own record for being named the planet’s best player.

Now with Inter Miami in MLS, the 36-year-old had been seen as overwhelming favourite to claim another golden prize following Argentina’s World Cup win in Qatar at the end of last year.

Aitana Bonmati succeeded Alexia Putellas as winner of the women’s award, the Ballon d’Or Feminin. The midfielder starred for Spain during the Women’s World Cup win, as well as playing a key part in Barcelona’s incredible 2022/23 season which included a Champions League final comeback win.

England did have one representative picking up an award, as Jude Bellingham picked up the first trophy of the night - the Kopa Trophy, handed out to the best young player on the planet. Previous winners include Kylian Mbappe in 2018, the inaugral year, and Barcelona’s Gavi last time out.

- The origianl text resource is from Yahoo Sports
 
   


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