Robert Lewandowski wins 2020 Best Fifa Men’s Player award and other award winning players and coaches.
Lewandowski, 32, was the main man as Bayern Munich completed an historic treble in 2019-20.
Lewandowski scored great goals for fun as the German giants clinched the Bundesliga, Champions League and DFB-Pokal titles.
In that time, Lewandowski scored a staggering 60 goals in just 52 games – easily the best tally in Europe and 20 GOALS higher than any other player in the Big Five leagues.
Most-famously, he scored in Bayern’s 8-2 Champions League quarter-final humiliation of Messi’s Barcelona in August.
Just this week, the Polish superstar became only the third player in history to score 250 or more Bundesliga goals.
After winning the award on the back of his incredible 18 months, Lewandowski said: “I feel fantastic and very proud and happy
Tottenham star Heung Min Son won the award for best goal for his incredible solo strike against Burnley last season.
Manuel Neuer beat Liverpool stopper Alisson and Jan Oblak to the Best Men’s Goalkeeper gong.
But there was some joy for the Reds as Jurgen Klopp won the Men’s Coach of the Year award beating Leeds chief Marcelo Bielsa.
Alisson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk and Thiago Alcantara were all then named in the Fifpro Men’s world XI.
Manchester United star Marcus Rashford won the Fifa Foundation Award for his ‘inspirational work’ tackling food poverty in the UK this year.
Also on the night, Holland boss Sarina Wiegman won the Fifa Best Women’s Coach award.
Lyon and France star Sarah Bouhaddi clinched the Best Women’s Goalkeeper award.
And England Lionesses star Lucy Bronze won the Best Women’s Player gong, beating Pernille Harder and Wendie Renard.
Marivaldo Francisco da Silva won the Fifa Fan Award after walking 40 miles – taking 11 HOURS – to watch his team Recife play their home matches.
And Italian hero Mattia Agnese clinched the Fifa Fair Play award for saving the life of an opponent after they collapsed on the pitch.
The Fifpro men’s and women’s world XIs were also revealed.
Women’s XI: Endler, Bronze, Renard, Bright, Heath, Boquete, Bonansea, Rapinoe, Cascarino, Miedema, Harder.
Men’s XI: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Van Dijk, Ramos, Davies, Kimmich, De Bruyne, Thiago, Messi, Lewandowski, Ronaldo.