Portuguese footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo has been named the best player of the year at the 2019 Globe Soccer Awards staged in Dubai.
Ronaldo has won the honour for the sixth time.
He scooped Best Men’s Player of the Year at a glitzy ceremony at the Madinat Jumeirah.
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England’s Lucy Bronze accompanied Ronaldo winning the inaugural award for best woman.
Meanwhile, Liverpool picked up a trio of victories, with Jurgen Klopp voted best coach, Alisson Becker best goalkeeper, and the European champions named best club.
Ronaldo retained the trophy he won earlier this year, on the back of a fine year with both Juventus and the Portugal national team.
Moving from Real Madrid the previous summer, he scored 21 goals in Serie A to fire the Turin club to an eighth successive Scudetto.
He continued also his prolific strike rate for Portugal.
He scored a hat-trick in the semi-final of the inaugural Uefa Nations League as his team went on to win the title.
Last month, his goal against Luxembourg lifted his international tally to 99 goals.
It helped 2016 champions Portugal qualify for this summer’s Euros.
Moreover, Differently-abled Ali Amir’s dream come true when his hero Cristiano Ronaldo came to play football with him.
The Juventus star fulfilled the disabled boy’s wish during his stay in Dubai.
Ronaldo posted a video of the boy hitting the ball with his head towards him.
He shared the video on his Instagram account saying that he truly inspired by Ali Amir.
“It was a pleasure to meet you Ali Amir. A truly inspiration,” he captioned the video.