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Cristiano Ronaldo has knocked Lionel Messi off the top spot to be named the world’s best footballer of 2014, according to the Guardian.
Ronaldo has been runner-up to Messi for the past two years but was the clear choice among the judging panel in the latest ranking organised by Guardian Sport.
Manuel Neuer and Thomas Müller make impressive leaps in the list to make it into the top 10 for the first time, after Germany’s World Cup win and the domestic dominance of their club Bayern Munich.
Messi, who has regularly been the first choice among the judges in the past, saw only 12% pick him as their favourite in 2014. In fact, this year there were six players touted for the top position.
Eden Hazard, who some have hinted may reach the high standards of Messi and Ronaldo in the future, jumped 84 places fotballdrakter in the rankings to reach 15th this year. If we exclude new appearances on the list, Hazard’s increase of 84 places is the highest increase on the 2013 list. Arsenal’s Alexis Sánchez and Manchester United’s Angel Di María are second and third most improved jumping up 73 and 58 places respectively.
But how does the top 100 break down by club? Bayern Munich and Barcelona remain the top represented teams on the list but whereas Bayern Munich have upped their 2014 total to 12, Barcelona have one fewer than last year.
Borussia Dortmund have struggled quite dramatically this year, with the 2011-12 champions currently languishing second from bottom in the Bundesliga. Their performance in the top 100 reflects this fall from grace – last year Dortmund had seven players in the list and now have just three (Mats Hummels at 39th, Marco Reus at 40th and Henrikh Mkhitaryan at 85th). Manchester United, who had four players in last year’s list, now have six in the top 100.
Almost a third of the top 100 players come from Premier League clubs. The total from the Premier League has advanced steadily year on year, while La Liga, Bundesliga and Serie A are down after increases in representation last year.
Despite their calamity at the World Cup, Spain remains the most represented nation on the list, although the total number of players from the country is down two on previous years.
It seems the World Cup may have had some influence. The number of German players in the list has increased by one since 2013, while the number of Brazilian players has decreased by two. There are four more English players in the list than last year – new entries fußballtrikots kaufen from the 2014 England World Cup squad include the Liverpool players Daniel Sturridge, Raheem Sterling and Steven Gerrard, although their inclusion probably says more about their club performances in Liverpool’s exhilarating bid for the Premier League title than their part in England’s dismal showing in Brazil.
Having celebrated turning 20 this very month, Raheem Sterling is the youngest player in the the top 100. São Paulo FC goalkeeper Rogerio Ceni is the oldest at 41. The average age of players on the list has continued to increase slightly with each year. The chart below shows average player age by year.
The results, which have been unveiled in a countdown from December 21, are now published in full. You can see the top 100 listed in this spreadsheet with both this year’s ranking and the past two years. It also includes details of how the judges voted.

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