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 According to givemesports.com, the governing body of football, FIFA, was able to be this year’s prize-givers, since the ongoing pandemic caused a halt in the usual Ballon d’Or.  Even though there was no red carpet this year, FIFA managed to put up a virtual gala which was streamed from Nyon, Switzerland.  BBC reported that this year, the best men’s player at the Best FIFA football Awards went to Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich, who beat Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo from last year, and all these three players were added to the Fifa Fifpro Men’s Team Of The Year lineup in the attack.  Lucy Bronze, defender of Manchester City, won the best women’s player award.  The FIFA Puskas Award went to Tottenham Hotspur’s Son Heung-min for his Premier League strike against Burnley.
 The awards for best coaching wen to Sarina Wiegman and Jurgen Klopp, who managed to be the best coach for the second time in a row, and according to goal.com, the goalkeeping awards were handed to Manuel Neuer and Sarah Bouhaddi.  Neuer beat Alisson and Athletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak to the award.  Other than these awards, Marcus Rashford, Manchester United striker was granted the Fifa Foundation award for his contribution towards helping to end child poverty in the UK.