GOAL50 2021: Messi and Putellas crowned winners after historic fan vote Male and Female.

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Men’s list.

1) Lionel Messi – Forward, PSG and Argentina

2) Cristiano Ronaldo – Forward, Manchester United and Portugal

3) Robert Lewandowski – Forward, Bayern Munich and Poland

4) Mohamed Salah – Forward, Liverpool and Egypt

5) Kylian Mbappe – Forward, PSG and France

6) Erling Haaland – Forward, Borussia Dortmund and Norway

7) Karim Benzema – Forward, Real Madrid and France

8 ) N’Golo Kante – Midfielder, Chelsea and France

9) Kevin De Bruyne – Midfielder, Manchester City and Belgium

10) Neymar – Forward, PSG and Brazil

11) Luis Suarez – Forward, Atletico Madrid and Uruguay

12) Romelu Lukaku – Forward, Chelsea and Belgium

13) Angel Di Maria – Midfielder, PSG and Argentina

14) Bruno Fernandes – Midfielder, Manchester United and Portugal

15) Joshua Kimmich – Midfielder, Bayern Munich and Germany

16) Paul Pogba – Midfielder, Manchester United and France

17) Son Heung-min – Forward, Tottenham and South Korea

18) Harry Kane – Forward, Tottenham and England

19) Gianluigi Donnarumma – Goalkeeper, PSG and Italy

20) Edouard Mendy – Goalkeeper, Chelsea and Senegal

21) Achraf Hakimi – Defender, PSG and Morocco

22) Jorginho – Midfielder, Chelsea and Italy

23) Phil Foden – Midfielder, Manchester City and England

24) Jan Oblak – Goalkeeper, Atletico Madrid and Slovenia

25) Federico Chiesa – Forward, Juventus and Italy

26) Pedri – Midfielder, Barcelona and Spain

27) Lautaro Martinez – Forward, Inter and Argentina

28) Riyad Mahrez – Forward, Manchester City and Algeria

29) Ruben Dias – Defender, Manchester City and Portugal

30) Giorgio Chiellini – Defender, Juventus and Italy

31) Mason Mount – Midfielder, Chelsea and England

32) Kai Havertz – Forward, Chelsea and Germany

33) Memphis Depay – Forward, Barcelona and Netherlands

34) Leonardo Bonucci – Defender, Juventus and Italy

35) Keylor Navas – Goalkeeper, PSG and Costa Rica

36) Raheem Sterling – Forward, Manchester City and England

37) Ilkay Gundogan – Midfielder, Manchester City and Germany

38) Lorenzo Insigne – Forward, Napoli and Italy

39) Jack Grealish – Midfielder, Manchester City and England

40) Emiliano Martinez – Goalkeeper, Aston Villa and Argentina

41) Dani Alves – Defender, Brazil

42) Christian Pulisic – Midfielder, Chelsea and USA

43) Luke Shaw – Defender, Manchester United and England

44) Koke – Midfielder, Atletico Madrid and Spain

45) Nicolo Barella – Midfielder, Inter and Italy

46) Gerard Moreno – Forward, Villarreal and Spain

47) Hulk – Forward, Atletico Mineiro and Brazil

48) Burak Yilmaz – Forward, Lille and Turkey

49) Mohamed Sherif – Forward, Al Ahly and Egypt

50) Takefusa Kubo – Forward, Real Madrid (on loan at Real Mallorca) and Japan

 

Women’s list.

 

1) Alexia Putellas – Midfielder, Barcelona and Spain

2) Irene Paredes – Defender, Barcelona and Spain

3) Asisat Oshoala – Forward, Barcelona and Nigeria

4) Lieke Martens – Forward, Barcelona and the Netherlands

5) Sydney Lohmann – Midfielder, Bayern Munich and Germany

6) Caroline Graham Hansen – Forward, Barcelona and Norway

7) Mapi Leon – Defender, Barcelona and Spain

8 ) Kosovare Asllani – Midfielder, Real Madrid and Sweden

9) Vivianne Miedema – Forward, Arsenal and the Netherlands

10) Lina Magull – Midfielder, Bayern Munich and Germany

11) Pernille Harder – Forward, Chelsea and Denmark

12) Ingrid Engen – Midfielder, Barcelona and Norway

13) Fran Kirby – Forward, Chelsea and England/Team GB

14) Jennifer Hermoso – Forward, Barcelona and Spain

15) Linda Dallmann – Midfielder, Bayern Munich and Germany

16) Patri Guijarro – Midfielder, Barcelona and Spain

17) Aitana Bonmati – Midfielder, Barcelona and Spain

18) Ji So-yun – Midfielder, Chelsea and South Korea

19) Ashley Lawrence – Defender, PSG and Canada

20) Magdalena Eriksson – Defender, Chelsea and Sweden

21) Sam Kerr – Forward, Chelsea and Australia

22) Mariona Caldentey – Forward, Barcelona and Spain

23) Saki Kumagai – Defender, Bayern Munich and Japan

24) Marie-Antoinette Katoto – Forward, PSG and France

25) Esther Gonzalez – Forward, Real Madrid and Spain

26) Hanna Glas – Defender, Bayern Munich and Sweden

27) Khadija Shaw – Forward, Manchester City and Jamaica

28) Svenja Huth – Forward, Wolfsburg and Germany

29) Christen Press – Forward, Angel City and USA

30) Cristiana Girelli – Forward, Juventus and Italy

31) Caitlin Foord – Forward, Arsenal and Australia

32) Christiane Endler – Goalkeeper, Lyon and Chile

33) Lucy Bronze – Defender, Manchester City and England/Team GB

34) Lynn Williams – Forward, North Carolina Courage and USA

35) Wendie Renard – Defender, Lyon and France

36) Debinha – Forward, North Carolina Courage and Brazil

37) Ellie Carpenter – Defender, Lyon and Australia

38) Kadidiatou Diani – Forward, PSG and France

39) Caroline Seger – Midfielder, Rosengard and Sweden

40) Becky Sauerbrunn – Defender, Portland Thorns and USA

41) Grace Geyoro – Midfielder, PSG and France

42) Dzsenifer Marozsan – Midfielder, OL Reign and Germany

43) Sam Mewis – Midfielder, North Carolina Courage and USA

44) Eugenie Le Sommer – Forward, OL Reign and France

45) Vanessa Gilles – Defender, Bordeaux and Canada

46) Crystal Dunn – Midfielder, Portland Thorns and USA

47) Kadeisha Buchanan – Defender, Lyon and Canada

48) Sandy Baltimore – Forward, PSG and France

49) Stina Blackstenius – Forward, BK Hacken and Sweden

50) Nicole Billa – Forward, Hoffenheim and Austria.

Credit; goal.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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