Kylian Mbappé received this Monday in Dubai the trophy for best player of the year 2021, as part of the Golden Globe Awards. The Parisian striker is ahead of Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski.
« I am very lucky. I play for a great team and a great selection. I want to keep winning of course, otherwise someone else will take my place. I want to keep winning titles with my national team and my club. » Thereby Kylian Mbappé Did he react to his coronation of best player of the year 2021, this Monday in Dubai, during the 12e Golden Globe Awards ceremony. An edition that saw the striker of the Blues and the PSG get ahead of the Robert Lewandowski, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Mohamed Salah otherwise named.
Once again ahead despite his exceptional year at the forefront of the Bayern, the Pole Robert Lewandowski did not leave Dubai empty-handed since he was awarded the Diego Maradona trophy – awarded to the top scorer of the year – and the fan prize, surveyed on the TikTok network. As during the Ballon d’Or ceremony, Barça player Alexia Putellas inherits the title of best footballer of the year.
Italy in the spotlight
The other prizes at stake gave pride of place to the Italian European champions, with the prize list the blue team named best selection of the year, Roberto Mancini elected best coach, Gianluigi Donnarumma best keeper and Leonardo Bonucci best defender. Txiki Begiristain (Manchester City) receives the trophy for best sports director; Federico Pastorello that of best agent for having notably completed the transfer of Romelu Lukaku from Inter to Chelsea. The two clubs in the spotlight are also Chelsea with the gentlemen and the FC Barcelona among the ladies. Finally Cristiano Ronaldo, who was not present, was awarded the title of « top scorer in history » and Ronaldinho received a trophy of honor for his entire career.
Kylian Mbappé of PSG and France crowned BEST MEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR at Globe Soccer Awards 2021 👑 @KMbappe @TikTokMENA @dubaisc #Mbappe #TikTok @equipedfrance @PSG_inside #globesoccer pic.twitter.com/25AquMns5O
— Globe Soccer Awards (@Globe_Soccer) December 27, 2021