Cristiano Ronaldo Fans Troll Lionel Messi After Barcelona Star Wins Men's Player of the Year at Best FIFA Football Awards 2019, Check Funny Memes
Cristiano Ronaldo aur Lionel Messi (Photo Credits: Getty Images)

Barcelona football star Lionel Messi and Megan Rapinoe, co-captain of the US National team that won FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 bagged top honours at the Best FIFA Football Awards. The event was held at Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Italy. The Argentina forward player bagged the award in absence of Cristiano Ronaldo.  Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo fans have not accepted the result and have reacted on Twitter where they have trolled Messi. Let us see some of the funny twitter reaction below. Lionel Messi Wins FIFA Men's Player of the Year Award as Cristiano Ronaldo Skips Ceremony, Megan Rapinoe Bags Women's Honour; Check Full Winners' List

Lionel Messi has also recently won the Forward of the Season award for the 2018-19 UEFA Champions League campaign. Messi was chosen the winner for this category as he was ahead of Sadio Mane and Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo. From women's division, Megan Rapinoe the captain of United States Women's National Soccer Team was considered for female player of the year award as she stole the show during recently concluded FIFA Women's World Cup 2019. The USA footballer bagged golden ball, golden boot and also helped her team lift the trophy. UEFA Champions League 2019 Awards Winners' List: Virgil van Dijk & Lucy Bronze Win Top Prizes, Lionel Messi Adjudged Best Forward, Cristiano Ronaldo Goes Home Empty-Handed.

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The men's coach award was won by Jurgen Klopp, while women's coach award was won by Jill Ellis. The Women's Goalkeeper award was shared by Allison and Sari van Veenendaal. The FIFA Fair Play Award was taken home by Marcelo Bielsa and the Leeds United squad, after the Argentinean coach instructed his team for an equaliser after his side had gone 1-0 up with an opposition player down injured.