Ballon D’or FIFA 2013 Finalist- Might Be The Winner Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo or Iniesta
Today is 7th january 2013 and just wanna ask who do think will win FIFA Ballon D’Or award? Might Be The Winner Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo that must be the exact answer of the all soccers fans in the whole world to be said so.
Lionel messi is the best player of all time! He’s the only player who can change the direction of game at such pace. Recently he scored his hat-trick against Brazil and unfortunately I couldn’t find Xavi or Iniesta there! He only needs to win a World Cup and then he is the best player of all time which some people think he already is. Messi has more goals this season than any other player and more assist than any other player. He is the only player that starts from the middle of the ground and faces the goal keeper. If you honestly think, Messi is far better than CR7 or any other player in world.Most goals in a year, in La Liga (50), in the world (73), in Champions League History in a year (14) and in a Champions league match (5) and most assists in a year (29)! He can destroy 5-6 players. The 25-year-old is the overwhelming favourite to see off the challenge of Barcelona teammate Andres Iniesta and great Real Madrid rival Cristiano Ronaldo for the coveted recogition as the player of 2012. It will crown another landmark year for the Argentine who is the top scorer in La Liga this season with 25 goals, having also broken German great Gerd Mueller’s 40-year record for the most goals in a calendar year. He finished 2012 with an astonishing 91 goals in all competitions.
Ronaldo has difficulty with more than 2, and is just playing for himself, he did not even congratulate his teammates in Portugal when they scored in Euro this year! And if you see the statistics Ozil and DiMaria, with 30 assists last year make him look so good. He also tries much more shoots than messi. I have never heard of anyone saying Ronaldo is the best ever and he is 27, many say that for messi and he is 25! It is a disgrace to compare them, it is just the media who need a rival for messi who is three classes above ronaldo!
In any other year, or era, the former Manchester United star would be the man with the golden globe littering his personal trophy cabinet. Ronaldo was a major reason why Real not only won La Liga, but why his squad advanced to the Champions League semifinals, where he scored twice against Bayern Munich in the second leg of the tournament. And this year, the Portuguese forward’s astonishing return was a major factor in Real Madrid’s La Liga triumph and their run to the Champions League semi-finals – where he scored twice against Bayern Munich. Ronaldo scored a club record 60 goals in 55 games for Madrid last season and became the first player to score in six consecutive clasicos. But he had a very quiet European Championship finals and his performances in Portugal’s doomed Euro 2012 campaign could cost him once again.
The winner is judged not only upon his performance, but if his performance has helped his club or country achieve their goals. No doubt Messi was the best performer, but his goals only helped Barcelona win the Copa Del Rey. There is no danger of his summer contribution in Poland and Ukraine being overlooked – the Barcelona midfielder was the main reason behind Spain’s Euros defence. In fact, Iniesta has already seen off competition from Barca team-mate Messi and Ronaldo to lift UEFA’s best player award last year. Regarded as the complete midfielder, Iniesta dictates games for club and country and is one of the architects of Messi’s success. But he is not as flashy or pleasing on the eye as his two main rivals, and his stats don’t stand up to them. Iniesta scored 13 goals and added 26 assists in the last year – a significant contribution for any other player in any other year, but surely it is between Messi and Ronaldo. Whereas, Ronaldo helped Real Madrid win La Liga with a total of 100 points, with a massive 121 goals scored. But being a European Championship year, following Spain’s victory in the UEFA Euro 2012, Iniesta was selected by the UEFA panel as Player of the Tournament. He went on to win UEFA Best Player in Europe Award for the 2011–2012 season.
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If Ronaldo doesn’t win the award, he can only blame himself. He had it in his hands, but he missed a penalty in the shootout against Bayern Munich, and he failed to take his chances against Spain in the semis, including not stepping up to take a penalty (blame the Portuguese coach if you want, but it’s hard to believe Ronaldo would simply accept going last in the shootout). If Ronaldo had performed in those crucial moments, it would have been very hard to argue against reaching the Champions League final and reaching Euro ’12 after defeating the best team in the world. The award would have been his for sure.
Ballon D’or FIFA 2013 Live Stream Online Finalist- Might Be The Winner Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo or Iniesta