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Full List Of The Best FIFA Awards 2022 Prize Winners

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Full List Of The Best FIFA Awards 2022 Prize Winners

Full List Of The Best FIFA Awards 2022 Prize Winners

Following the Best FIFA Awards 2022 that was held in Zurich, Switzerland on Monday 17th January, we have compiled the full list Of the Best FIFA Awards 2022 Prize Winners, so make sure to read until the end.

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The Best FIFA Awards 2022 was held closed-door in Zurich, Switzerland due to Covid-19 protocols. The nominees of the men’s best player of 2021 were Mohamed Salah, Lionel Messi, and Robert Lewandowski after all three players had outstanding years in 2021, whilst there is also a key focus on Sam Kerr, Alexia Putellas, and Jennifer Hermoso for the women’s award.

Below is the full list of the Best FIFA Awards 2022 Prize Winners:

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Full List Of The Best FIFA Awards 2022 Prize Winners

1. All-time record goalscorer at international level – Cristiano Ronaldo

 Cristiano Ronaldo collected a special award for becoming the men’s international highest scorer with 115 goals for his country Portugal.

2. The Best FIFA Men’s Player – Robert Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski was outstanding in the Bundesliga in 2021, netting 41 goals in 29 matches. He beats Lionel Messi and Mohamed Salah to clinch this one.

3. The Best FIFA Women’s Player – Alexia Putellas

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Alexia Putellas was outstanding for her Barcelona team after helping them win the Champions League last season. She beat Chelsea superstar Sam Kerr, and Barcelona teammate Jenni Hermoso.

4. The FIFA Fifpro Men’s World XI – Donnarumma; Dias, Bonucci, Alaba; Jorginho, Kante, De Bruyne; Ronaldo, Haaland, Lewandowski, Messi

All the above-named FIFA Fifpro Men’s World XI winners were very crucial for their team’s success last season.

5. The FIFA Fifpro Women’s World XI – Christiane Endler; Lucy Bronze, Wendy Renard, Mille Bright, Magdalena Erikkson; Estafania Banini, Carli Lloyd, Barbara Bonansea; Vivianne Miedema, Marta, Alex Morgan

This Women all played a major role in helping their team achieve success in 2021.

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6. FIFA Fan Award – Denmark and Finland Fans 

Both sets of fans were present during the incident with Eriksen at Euro 2020. While the Danish midfielder was being resuscitated, the Finnish fans inside the ground began chanting ‘Christian’ and the Danes replied ‘ Eriksen’.

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7. The Best FIFA Men’s Coach – Thomas Tuchel

Thomas Tuchel turned Chelsea season around, leading them to domestic FA Cup final and also winning the Champions League and Super Cup in 2021, fully deserved to be named The Best FIFA Men’s Coach. He beat out Pep Guardiola and Italy boss Roberto Mancini to clinch the award.

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8. The FIFA Best Women’s Coach – Emma Hayes

Another Chelsea coach but this time around, the women coach. She led Chelsea Women to the Champions League Final, Also won the Women’s domestic League and the FA Cup. Beating out Barcelona’s Lluis Cortes and England’s Sarina Wiegman.

9. FIFA Fair Play Award – Denmark National Team and Staff

This is also linked to Christian Eriksen’s collapse during the Euro 2020 match against Finland, where he had a cardiac arrest. The Denmark National Team and Staff was able to manage the situation very well and made sure he was resuscitated.

10. Puskas Award – Erik Lamela

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The Former Tottenham striker Erik Lamela wins the Puskas Award for his wonder rabona finish for Spurs against Arsenal.

11. The Best FIFA Men’s Goalkeeper – Edouard Mendy

Chelsea goalkeeper wins the Best FIFA Men’s Goalkeeper after helping Chelsea win the Champions League and Super Cup in 2021. He beats Gianluigi Donnarumma and Manuel Neuer to The Best FIFA Men’s Goalkeeper award.

12. The Best FIFA Women’s Goalkeeper – Christiane Endler

Christiane Endler conceded just four goals all season. Endler beat out Ann-Katrin Berger and Stephanie Labbe.

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13. Christine Sinclair wins FIFA Best Special Award

Canadian striker Christine Sinclair wins FIFA Best Special Award for 188 international goals, making her the all-time leading scorer in international football.

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