Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Liverpool star tops list of 25 players in the world (See where Messi and Ronaldo are ranked)

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Liverpool superstar Virgil van Dijk pipped Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo to win Goal 2019 world's best player award.

The Dutchman got the highest number during the voting process for the top 50 players by the football website.
Van Dijk broke Ronaldo and Messi's dominance after helping the Reds clinch their first major title in over a decade last season.
The Merseyside outfit won their sixth UEFA Champions League title following their 2-0 win over Premier League rival Tottenham Hotspur in Madrid on June 1.
His performances also saw him win the UEFA best player of the year but lost the FIFA The Best prize to Lionel Messi.
Van Dijk is also among the top contenders for this year's Ballon d'Or award due for announcement next month.
Mohamed Salah is another Liverpool star in the top five best players according to the polls conducted by Goal.com.
Ronaldo finished fourth on the ranking owing to his not too fantastic performance in Serie A during his first season at Juventus.
Despite not meeting his personal target in Turin, the 34-year-old still went home with the Serie A title as well as the MVP of the season.
While Sadio Mane completed the top best player in the world, but below is the list of the top 25 best in the world according to Goal.com.
1. Virgil van Dijk
2. Lionel Messi
3. Mohamed salah
4. Cristiano Ronaldo
5. Sadio Mane
6. Raheem Sterling
7. Alisson Becker
8. Frenkie de Jong
9. Bernando Silva
10. Kylian Mbappe
11. Eden Hazard
12. Matthijs De Ligt
13. Sergio Aguero
14. Son-Heung Min
15. Trent Alexander-Arnold
16. Robert Lewandowski
17. Roberto Firmino
18. Jadon Sancho
19. Antoine Griezmann
20. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
21. Harry Kane
22. Dusan Tadic
23. Andy Robertson
24. Marco Reus
25. Luis Suarez
Although Messi crashed out of the Champions League at the quarterfinal star, the Argentine still won a domestic double at the end of last campaign.

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