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This is how Messi, Benzema and the rest of the Ballon d’Or winners voted for Cuba

This is how Messi, Benzema and the rest of the Ballon d’Or winners voted for Cuba

Days after the Ballon d’Or ceremony at the Chatelet Theater in Paris, the magazine France Football magazine revealed the votes for all the awards that make up the ceremony. Among them is the Copa Cup, which rewards the best under-21 player in the world and in which all Ballon d’Or winners participate to determine who, in their opinion, is the best young player.. Real Madrid’s Jude Bellingham won the final vote over Musiala and Pedri, thus succeeding last year’s winner, Javi.

Leo Messi, who was confirmed for the eighth time as the best player in the world, chose Musiala as the best young man, placing Pedri in second place, and winner Bellingham in third place.. Karim Benzema, winner of the 2022 Ballon d’Or, chose Eduardo Camavinga in first place, ahead of Pedri and Bellingham, second and third, respectively.

There was an expectation in turn to analyze the different votes for the other Ballon d’Or awards. Modric, for example, preferred to place Bellingham and Camavinga, his Real Madrid teammates, in first and second place, and gave third place to Gavi. For his part, Ronaldinho chose Bellingham as the best young man, Camavinga in second place, and finally Pedri. Who closed the platform.

Zinedine Zidane, one of the most anticipated votes, chose to give first place to Bellingham, second to Pedri and third to Camavinga. Igor Belanov, the 1986 Ballon d’Or winner, made one of the most interesting votes, selecting three Barcelona players in the top three positions, Gavi, Pedri and Balde, in that order. The 1969 winner, Gianni Rivera, was one of the few who dared to choose Xavi Simons, from Leipzig, among the top three, and ranked him, in his opinion, as the second best young player in the world.

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Full list:

Gianni Rivera, winner 1969:

1. Musiala

2. Xavi Simmons

3. Jaffe

Franz Beckenbauer, winner in 1972 and 1976:

1. Musiala

2. Bellingham

3. Xavi Simmons

Oleg Blokhin, winner 1975:

1. Bellingham

2. Jaffe

3. Camavinga

Alan Simonsen, 1977 winner:

1. Pedri

2. Bellingham

3. Jaffe

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, winner in 1980 and 1981

1. Musiala

2. Camavinga

3. Bellingham

Igor Belanov, 1986 winner

1. Jaffe

2. Pedri

3. Bucket

Ruud Gullit, winner 1987:

1. Bellingham

2. Musiala

3. Pedri

Marco van Basten, winner of the championship in 1988, 1989 and 1992:

1. Bellingham

2. Pedri

3. Camavinga

Lothar Matthaus, winner 1990:

1. Bellingham

2. Musiala

3. Jaffe

Jean-Pierre Papin, 1991 winner:

1. Musiala

2. Bellingham

3. Pedri

Hristo Stoichkov, winner 1994:

1. Pedri

2. Jaffe

3. Bucket

Matthias Sammer, winner 1996:

1. Bellingham

2. Musiala

3. Jaffe

Ronaldo, winner in 1997 and 2002:

1. Bellingham

2. Musiala

3. Bucket

Zinedine Zidane, winner in 1998:

1. Bellingham

2. Pedri

3. Camavinga

Rivaldo, winner in 1999:

1. Bellingham

2. Jaffe

3. Musiala

Luis Figo, 2000 winner:

1. Bellingham

2. Antonio Silva

3. Camavinga

Michael Owen, 2001 winner:

1. Camavinga

2. Bellingham

3. Musiala

Pavel Nedved, winner 2003:

1. Bellingham

2. Pedri

3. Jaffe

Andriy Shevchenko, 2004 winner:

1. Bellingham

2. Camavinga

3. Pedri

Ronaldinho, winner in 2005:

1. Bellingham

2. Camavinga

3. Pedri

Fabio Cannavaro, winner 2006

1. Bellingham

2. Camavinga

3. Pedri

Kaká, winner in 2007:

1. Bellingham

2. Musiala

3. Bucket

Lionel Messi, winner of the award in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2019, 2021 and 2023.

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1. Musiala

2. Pedri

3. Bellingham

Luka Modric, winner in 2008:

1. Bellingham

2. Camavinga

3. Jaffe

Karim Benzema, winner in 2002:

1. Camavinga

2. Pedri

3. Bellingham

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