Marca selects the 100 best players of the year left behind – Dominated by Bayern Munich and Lewandowski

The year 2020 was not like the others in terms of football, while after each year the well-known Spanish newspaper Marca selects the 100 best players.

Coronavirus has dominated life on and off the field, the Spanish newspaper selects some of the most interesting moments.

It lists Bayern Munich’s 8-2 win over Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League, Real Madrid’s victory in the Spanish league and the coronation of Robert Lewandowski as FIFA ‘The Best’ player of the year.

Let’s look at Marca’s election.

It has not been said for Messi to win this year. He won the award for best goal scorer “Pichichi” in La Liga Santander, and recorded the most assists (21).

Haaland was one of the stories of the year, scoring 32 goals in 31 games and winning the ‘Golden Boy’ award for best young player in the world.

A living legend, Neuer was crucial to Bayern’s five trophies won in 2020.
And at age 34, he continues to break records.

The Madrid striker is currently in the best period of his career. Following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo from the Santiago Bernabeu, the Frenchman has become the team leader.

His goals and influence led Los Blancos to win the La Liga title again.

Last season was certainly his best season in the French capital. He took his team on his back and won them in the main matches.

PSG played in the Champions League final.

Greedy, unstoppable, indescribable. The Portuguese striker is all that and more.

He scored more goals than anyone in 2020, and now has over 100 for Portugal.

Another star that shows no signs of aging.

He is synonymous with consistency and it was no coincidence that some of Real Madrid’s most painful losses in 2020 came when he was absent.

The young Frenchman was a match away from winning the only title he now misses, in the final against Bayern.

He is the leader of the next generation, but will PSG be enough for his ambitions?

One of the best midfielders – if not the best in the world. Bayern’s success in 2020 would not have been possible without him and his contributions.

He scored seven goals and provided 17 assists.

The Pole was the top scorer in the Bundesliga and the Champions League.

He is another player who shows that age – now 32 – is just a number.

And with 55 goals and 10 assists in 47 competitive games this year, his impact has been undeniable.

The rest of the ranking:

11. Thomas Muller
12. Trent Alexander-Arnold
13. Kevin De Bruyne

14. Ciro Immobile
Virgil van Dijk
16. Alphonso Davies
17. Thiago Alcantara
18. Marc-Andre Ter Stegen
19. Sadio Mane
20. Toni Kroos
21. Mo Salah

22. Harry Kane
23. Son Heung-Min
24. Luka Modric
25. Serge Gnabry
26. Zlatan Ibrahimovic

27. Raheem Sterling
28. Timo Werner
29. Thibaut Courtois
30. Bruno Fernandes
31. Romelu Lukaku

32. Angel Di Maria
33. Joao Felix
34. David Alaba
35. Leon Goretzka
36. Roberto Firmino

37. Jules Kounde
38. Marcus Rashford
39. Ederson
40. Alisson
41. Marquinhos
42. Jan Oblak

43. Faith Valverde
44. Ansu Fati
45. Andy Robertson
46. ​​Frenkie De Jong

47. Lautaro Martinez
48. Rodri Hernandex
49. Georginio Wijnaldum
50. Jesus Navas
51. Keylor Navas
52. Alvaro Morata

53. Sergio Reguilon
54. Ever Banega
55. Martin Odegaard
56. Jadon Sancho
57. Ferran Torres
58. Paulo Dybala
59. Marcos Llorente
60. Memphis Depay

61. Diogo Jota
62. Jamie Vardy
63. Mikel Oyarzabal
64. Theo Hernandez
65. Jordan Henderson
66. Eduardo Camavinga

67. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
68. Papu Gomez
69. Philippe Coutinho
70. Sergio Aguero
71. Thorgan Hazard
72. Ngolo Kante
73. Dayot Upamecano
74. Kai Havertz

75. Hugo Lloris
76. Houssem Aouar
77. Diego Carlos
78. Tanguy Ndombele
79. Gabriel Jesus
80. Dries Mertens
81. Paul Pogba

82. Anthony Martial
83. Mason Greenwood
84. Carlos Tevez
85. Ben Chilwell
86. Danny Ings
87. James Rodriguez
88. James Maddison
89. Edinson Cavani

90. Jack Grealish
91. Brenner
92. Santi Cazorla
93. Andres Iniesta
94. Pedro Guilherme
94. Tobacco Zapata
96. Weston Mckennie
96. Ivan Perisic
98. Everton Ribeiro
99. Eduardo Salvio
100. Martinez Fourth

/ Telegraph /

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