The best team for 2021, announced by the International Football Association, came as a big surprise during the “Best” award ceremony at FIFA headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland on Monday evening.
The best team for “FIFA” was removed from the name of the Egyptian international, Liverpool English star Mohamed Salah, despite his short list.
According to the British newspaper “Liverpool Echo”, Liverpool fans on Twitter criticized the “Reds” social networking site “FIFA” for ignoring Salah for being the best team for 2021, but the “Best” award itself.
One fan wrote: “We should all laugh because Mohamed Salah is not in the right squad for 2021.”
Another added: “4 strikers were selected (Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lewandowski and Erling Holland), but none of them were Salah, how could that be?”
Another fan asked a logical question: “Salah is in the final list for the Best Award. Is it fair not to include him in the FIFA Best Team?”
It is noteworthy that this is the second time in his career after 2018 that he has finished third in the competition for this award.
The best teams for 2021 are:
Goalkeeper: Gianluigi Donorumma, Italy
Defensive line: Austrian David Alaba – Portuguese Ruben Dias – Italian Leonardo Bonucci
To Midfield: Italian Jorgeinho – French N’Colo Conte – Belgium’s Kevin de Bruyne
Attack: Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal – Earling Holland of Norway – Robert Lewandowski of Poland – Lionel Messi of Argentina.
Mohamed Salah finished third in the “Best 2021” award for the best player in the world, followed by Robert Lewandowski for the second time, followed by Argentine star Lionel Messi and Paris Saint-Germain’s French striker. In second place.
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