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Ballon d’Or Always Special for Messi

Lionel Messi admitted that he was always happy if he could win the Ballon d’Or trophy. But, for Messi, the award could not be won without the help of his colleagues.

Ballon d'Or Always Special for Messi

 

Lionel Messi admitted that he was always happy if he could win the Ballon d’Or trophy. But, for Messi, the award could not be won without the help of his colleagues.

Messi is still the best footballer in the world today with Cristiano Ronaldo. Valid proof is the Ballon d’Or award which he has won five times in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2015.

Only Ronaldo can match the score of Messi. Thanks to his consistent slick performance, Messi has always been included in the Ballon d’Or winning candidates, including this year.

data-preserver-spaces=”true”>Messi went on to become the strongest candidate with Sadio Mane, Virgil van Dijk, and Mohamed Salah. Despite only giving one title to Barcelona, Messi appeared extraordinary by scoring more than 50 goals last season.

Despite having won many times, Messi has not been bored and has always looked up to the Ballon d’Or. For him, Ballon d’Or is a form of hard work he and his team-mates in giving achievements at the club and national team level.

“The outstanding award and perhaps the most special is the first,” Messi told Otro.

“This award can be achieved from the hard work of one team. Without achieving success with the team as we have done so far, I certainly cannot get an award like this,” he continued.

Written by Amrita Paul

Amrita Paul, a technologist, speaker, designer, writer, and educator. He worked as a professional sports writer in The Sportda web blog. Paul loves to make websites and articles that users love and work with the brilliant folks at Viget Labs. He is from Bangladesh, went to Dania University College in Dhaka to complete his graduation. At present, working as a staff writer in The 7upsports.com.

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