Globe Soccer Awards 2021 results: Lewandowski loses to Mbappe and all Dubai winners

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It was more of a disappointment for Robert Lewandowski, who after losing the 2021 Ballon d’Or to Lionel Messi in a controversial vote, also missed out on the Globe Soccer Award for male player of the year.

Just weeks after Messi finished in front of star striker Bayern Munich in France Football’s vote involving members of the media around the world, the Globe Soccer Award ceremony failed to remedy what many saw as an injustice given the 2021 campaign proposed by the Pole. cheeky.

It was Kylian Mbappe who won the 2021 Globe Soccer award, although it was a far cry from Lewandowski’s achievements. The Bayern striker has scored 69 goals in the calendar year, widely recognized as the second best year ever and equaling Cristiano Ronaldo in 2013. Lewandowski also won the Bundesliga, Supercopa de Germany, the FIFA Club World Cup and set the record for most Bundesliga numbers. goals in a calendar year.

Mbappe, 23, who finished 9th in the Ballon d’Or ballot, scored 51 goals in total for club and country in 2021, helped PSG win a Coupe de France trophy, but failed not winning the Ligue 1 title by one point and losing in the Champions League semi-final to Manchester City, despite Mbappe getting injured and missing the second leg. The French striker also scored eight goals for France in 2021, helping the world champions win the 2021 UEFA Nations League.

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Lewandowski will have to console himself with the Fan’s Player of the Year award, which was the final honor unveiled on the night with event presenters presenting him as the flagship award of the gala. Whether this is a more prestigious award is certainly debatable, especially given the title qualifier.

Similar to what happened at the Ballon d’Or gala in Paris, Lewandowski also won a separate Globe Soccer award for the most prolific striker (first prize Diego Maradona). The inaugural Forward of the Year award at the Ballon d’Or event has been interpreted by many as a consolation prize for the 33-year-old forward.

Held annually in Dubai, the Globe Soccer Awards have become a staple of football’s annual prize list alongside the Ballon d’Or and The Best FIFA Football Awards. Launched in 2010, the Globe Soccer Awards are distinguished by also recognizing coaches, executives and esports players from 2021.

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Below are the results of the 12 main Globe Soccer Awards and other ancillary accolades awarded on Monday, December 27.

Male Player of the Year 2021

Winner: Kylian Mbappé (PSG / France)

Robert Lewandowski missed out on the Globe Soccer Award’s male player of the year honor, settling for the 2021 Fan Player of the Year award instead.

Player club National team Age
Karim Benzema real Madrid France 34
Robert lewandowski Bayern Munich Poland 33
Kylian Mbappé PSG France 23
Lionel messi PSG Argentina 34
Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United Portugal 36
Mohamed salah Liverpool Egypt 29

Player of the year 2021

Winner: Alexia Putellas (FC Barcelona / Spain)

The winner of the Women’s Ballon d’Or also took home the Globe Soccer Award for Best Player.

Four of the six finalists for Player of the Year at the Globe Soccer Awards were in the Top 20 for the Ballon d’Or.

Player club National team Age
Lucie Bronze Manchester city England 30
Jennifer hermoso FC Barcelona Spain 31
Sam kerr Chelsea Australia 28
Lieke Martens FC Barcelona Netherlands 29
Alex morgan San Diego Wave FC United States 32
Alexia Putellas FC Barcelona Spain 29

Men’s Club of the Year 2021

Winner: Chelsea (England)

The six clubs competing for this award included Champions League winners in Europe, Asia and Africa and it was the best team in Europe that won the award.

club Country Honors 2021
Al ahly Egypt Winner of the CAF Champions League
Winner of the CAF Supercup
Egyptian Premier League finalist
Al Hilal Saudi Arabia AFC Champions League winner
Saudi Pro League Champion
Saudi Arabian Supercup finalist
Atletico Madrid Spain La Liga Champions
Chelsea England UEFA Champions League winner
FA Cup finalist
Flamengo Brazil Copa Libertadores finalist
Brazilian runner-up in Serie A
Champion Campeonato Carioca
Winner of the Brazilian Supercup
Semi-finalist of the Copa do Brasil
Manchester city England English Premier League Champion
English League Cup winner
UEFA Champions League finalist
FA Cup semi-finalist

Women’s Club of the Year 2021

Winner: FC Barcelona (Spain)

As UEFA Women’s Champions League winners and champions of Spain, FC Barcelona were irresistible favorites ahead of England’s best team, Chelsea, whom they beat in the Champions League final.

Barcelona star and Women’s Ballon d’Or winner Alexia Putellas accepted the award. Here is the list of finalists:

club Country Honors 2021
Barcelona Spain UEFA Women’s Champions League winners
Spanish Champion in Primera Division
Copa de la Reina winners
Spain Supercopa semi-finalist
Bayern Munich Germany Frauen Bundesliga champion
UEFA Champions League semi-finalist
Saudi Arabian Supercup finalist
Chelsea England FA Women’s Super League Champion
Winner of the Women’s FA Cup
Winner of the Women’s League Cup
Winner of the Women’s Community Shield
UEFA Women’s Champions League finalist
Manchester city England FA Women’s Super League finalist
Women’s FA Cup semi-finalist
UEFA Women’s Champions League quarter-finalist
Paris Saint Germain France French Division 1 Champion
UEFA Women’s Champions League semi-finalist

Male Defender of the Year 2021

Winner: Leonardo Bonucci (Juventus / Italy)

Bonucci, who finished 14th in the Ballon d’Or ballot, won the Defender of the Year award for leading Italy in their race for the UEFA Euro 2021 title.

Along with Bonucci, four of the six finalists were also in contention for the FIFA Ballon d’Or.

Player club National team Age
Trent Alexander-Arnold Liverpool England 23
Cesar Azpilicueta Chelsea Spain 32
Leonard Bonucci Juventus Italy 34
Giorgio Chiellini Juventus Italy 37
Ruben Dias Manchester city Portugal 24
Antonio rudiger Chelsea Germany 28

2021 Male Goalkeeper of the Year

Winner: Gianluigi Donnarumma (PSG / Italy)

Trophy winner Yashin took home yet another piece of silverware after helping Italy win the UEFA Euro 2021 title with his exploits from the penalty spot.

All of the other finalists were among the top 10 players eligible for the Yashin Trophy during the Ballon d’Or event.

Player club National team Age
Thibaut Courtois real Madrid Belgium 29
Gianluigi Donnarumma PSG Italy 22
Emiliano Martinez Aston Villa Argentina 29
Edouard Mendy Chelsea Senegal 29
Neuer manual Bayern Munich Germany 35

Male Coach of the Year 2021

Winner: Roberto Mancini

The Italian national team have wiped out the trophies to which the team and its players were eligible. Mancini not only led Italy to the Euro 2021 title, but also to a record 37-game unbeaten streak.

But Mancini will have his work cut out for him to help Italy qualify for the 2022 World Cup after qualifying for the playoffs, where the Italians will likely face Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal.

The Male Coach of the Year was always going to be an interesting selection, especially when it came to assessing the achievements of club coaches and national team coaches.

Coach Team Age Honors 2021
Didier Deschamps France 53 UEFA Nations League winner
UEFA Euro 2021 Rd of 16
Qualification for the FIFA World Cup
Hansi Film Bayern Munich / Germany 56 Bundesliga champion
FIFA Club World Cup winner
UEFA Champions League quarter-finalist
Qualification for the FIFA World Cup
Pep guardiola Manchester city 50 English Premier League Champion
English League Cup winner
UEFA Champions League finalist
FA Cup semi-finalist
Roberto Mancini Italy 57 Winner of Euro 2021
UEFA Nations League semi-finalist
Record of 37 consecutive unbeaten games
Lionel scaloni Argentina 43 Winner of the Copa América 2021
Qualification for the FIFA World Cup
27 streak matches without defeat
Thomas tuchel Chelsea 48 UEFA Champions League winner
FA Cup finalist

2021 Men’s National Team of the Year

Winner: Italy

After Leonardo Bonucci and Gigi Donnarumma took home the best defender and best goalkeeper awards, Italy took the honor of the world’s best national team for 2021.

Among the other finalists, Argentina also had a compelling case given their impressive unbeaten streak despite not quite reaching the level of the Italians.

Nation Honors 2021
Argentina Winner of the Copa América 2021
Qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup
27 streak matches without defeat
Brazil Copa America finalist
Qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup
1st place in qualifying for South America
France UEFA Nations League winner
UEFA Euro 2021 Rd of 16
Qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup
Italy Winner of Euro 2021
UEFA Nations League semi-finalist
Record of 37 consecutive unbeaten games
Morocco Winner of the 2021 African Nations Championship
FIFA Arab Cup quarter-finalist

Sports Director of the Year 2021

Winner: Txiki Beguiristain (Manchester City)

Manchester City have had an incredibly successful 2021, winning the English Premier League, the English League Cup and reaching the 2021 UEFA Champions League final.

The other finalists were executives who similarly built teams that excelled in 2021, including Italian Serie A champions Inter Milan and reigning French champions Lille.

Agent of the year 2021

Winner: Federico pastorello

A price for agents! A few of them are household names among football fans.

Pastorello was in the foreground during Romelu Lukaku’s $ 135million move from Inter Milan to Chelsea.

Esports Player of the Year

Winner: Mosaad Aldossary (Msdossary7)

Some of the best esports players from Asia, Europe and South America were featured among the five finalists for this inaugural award.

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The Globe Soccer Awards were also successful in rewarding Cristiano Ronaldo with one of the other prizes awarded on the night:

  • All-time top scorer: Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United / Portugal)
  • Career Award: Ronaldinho (Brazil)
  • Diego Maradona Prize (most prolific scorer): Robert Lewandowski (Bayern / Poland)
  • African Youth Academy of the Year: Zed FC (Egypt)
  • Innovation Award: Serie A (Italy)


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