2021 Ballon D’Or Award This Season, is Kinda Interesting to witness. But Who Will Win, or Who Can Win ? Many Players Did Well. But Have Possibilities of Winning?
The European Championship, and Copa America finals hold the key. Meaning it’s determining who may win Ballon D’Or.
2020 Ballon D’Or Was Canceled, due to COVID19 pandemic. Lewandowski has 90% Assurance, that year He’s predicted as possible winner.
Will Messi Win seventh ballon D’or (7), if he lift Copa America ?
Champions League and (potential) Euro 2020/Copa America winners
His deciding semi-final penalty against Spain on Tuesday was ludicrously cool, and it had many starting to believe the Chelsea schemer could be the man to take the coveted prize.
Jorginho would be the first Italian to do so since Fabio Cannavaro in 2006, and only the second since Roberto Baggio in 1993.
Mason Mount (England/Chelsea)
What a remarkable rise Mount has had.
Just two summers ago, he had never even played in the Premier League and was returning from a loan year at English Championship side Derby County.
Suddenly, Mount could take home both Champions League and Euro 2020 winners’ medals.
If he can get his Brazil side over the line on Sunday, the Ballon d’Or might follow – and it would be a crowning moment of a wonderful career.
Domestic and (potential) Euro 2020/Copa America titles
Lautaro Martinez (Argentina/Inter)
Lautaro and Inter broke Juventus’ Serie A spell this season, with the Nerazzurritaking home the Scudetto for the first time since 2010.
Can he now help Argentina break their own Copa America final hex?
Nicolo Barella (Italy/Inter)
Barella has been a star of Italy’s midfield during Euro 2020 – no mean feat with Jorginho and Marco Verratti around him.
He got his team back on level terms with a fine goal against Belgium in the quarter-final, and he has knitted together club and country all campaign.
John Stones (England/Manchester City)
England’s defence is full of redemption stories.
Luke Shaw was at rock bottom under Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, Kyle Walker was out of favour at Manchester City earlier this term and Stones has turned his career around too.
When City signed Ruben Dias last summer, Stones’ prospects looked bleak at the club.
But he now forms one of the best central defensive partnerships ever seen in the Premier League and has been part of an English backline that has kept five clean sheets in their run to the final, with just the one goal conceded.
He is a special case. He always has been. What a story it would be, for the man with currently no club to achieve what he has always wanted – an international title.
It would be Messi‘s only ‘Ballon d’Or-worthy’ honour of the year – he did win the Copa del Rey – but it would probably be enough to land him his record seventh edition of the award.
Players Like Haaland
And Many More players, all can Win. Let’s Wait For The Time. Share your thought below.