Benzema wins world best player award with “Globe Soccer” and Salah is best by fans vote

Dubai: Frenchman Karim Benzema, striker for Real Madrid’s first football team, was crowned best player at the ‘Dubai Globe Soccer’ awards, which took place today, Thursday. Adriano Galliani, former CEO of AC Milan and current club Italian from Monza was crowned Best Executive Director, Spaniard Sergio Ramos, French from Paris Saint-Germain won the Best Defender award and Brazilian Romario won the Lifetime Achievement Player Award in cooperation with Wayne Rooney, former Manchester United and England player, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic is currently the Italian star of AC Milan and Swedish national team player. On the other hand, the winner of the award for best player was Mohamed Salah, star of the Egyptian national team and Liverpool, according to a survey of followers of the “Tik Tok” platform, while the Nigerian Victor Osimhen, an Italian player from Napoli, won the award for best young player and Alexia Potias, the Barcelona player, won the best player award. Florentino Perez, president of Real Madrid, won the award for best president of club, Italian Carlo Ancelotti, manager of Real Madrid, won the award for best coach, and Ivorian Didier Drogba, English star of Chelsea and former Ivory Coast, won the award for best career player, and they received the award remotely, as they were unable to attend the ceremony due to private commitments. Johnny Clift won the award for best talent scout, Rafaela Pimenta won the award for best transfer, Jorge Mendes won the award for best agent and Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara won the award for best sporting director. Spain’s Real Madrid won the man of the match award club of men’s soccer and France’s Olympique Lyonnais won the award for best club female. (dpa)