The best team in the world according to 2021 season was announced yesterday night by the world football governing body FIFA. The FIFA starting lineup included the football stars who performed excellently both in their team and national squad. Below is the FIFA world XI.
Goalkeeper: Gianluigi Donnarruma. Voted for his good performance in AC Milan, PSG and Italy.
Defenders: Ruben Dias, Manchester City and Portugal
David Alaba - Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Austria.
Leonardo Bonucci - Juventus and Italy.
Midfielders: Ngolo Kante, Chelsea and France
Jorghino - Chelsea and Italy
Kelvin De Bruyne - Manchester City and Belgium.
Forwards: Erling Halland - Borussia Dortmund and Norway.
Lionel Messi - Barcelona, PSG and Argentina.
Robert Lewandowski - Bayern Munich and Poland.
Cristiano Ronaldo - Juventus, Manchester United and Portugal.
In the above lineup, two players managed to win individual awards. Robert Lewandowski won the FIFA men best player while Cristiano Ronaldo won the best special FIFA award. CR7 may have won it because of breaking and setting the record as the world highest goal scorer. He has over 800 goals so far. Lewandowski won it after becoming the highest goal scorer of the year.
Others who won are Eduardo Mendy who won best goalkeeper, Chelsea manager won best coach of the year and Tottenham forward, Eric Lamela who won Puskas award.
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