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Benzema is the best French striker of all time – Zidane –

Benzema is the best French striker of all time – Zidane –
The leading group of opinion polls 1956
1. Stanley Matthews (English, FC Blackpool),
2. Alfredo Di Stefano (Spain, Real Madrid), 3. Raymond Kopa (France, Stade Reims), 4. Ferenc Boscos (Budapest Squirrel) 1957
1. Alfredo Di Stefano (Spanish, Real Madrid), 2. Billy Wright (English, Wolverhampton Wanderers), 3. Raymond Kopa (French, Real Madrid), …5. Laszlo Kupala (Barcelona) 1958
1. Raymond Cuba
(French, Real Madrid), 2. Helmut Rahn (West Germany, Rot-Weiss Essen), 3. Just Fontaine (French, Stade Reims) 1959
1. Alfredo Di Stefano
(Spanish, Real Madrid), 2. Raymond Kopa (French, Real Madrid), 3. John Charles (Wales, Juventus). 1960
1. Luis Suarez
(Spanish, Barcelona), 2. Ferenc Boscos (Real Madrid)3. Uwe Seeler (West Germany, Hamburg) 1961
1 – Enrico Omar Sivori (Italian, Juventus).
2. Luis Suarez (Spain, Real Madrid), 3. Johnny Haynes (English, Fulham), …5. Ferenc Boscos (Real Madrid) 1962
1. Joseph Masopist
(Czechoslovakia, Dukla Praha), 2. Eusebio (Portuguese, Benfica), 3. Karl-Heinz Schlinger (West Germany, 1. FC Cologne) 1963
1. Lev Yashin
(Soviet club, Dynamo Moscow) 2. Gianni Rivera (Italian club, Milan), 3. Jimmy Greaves (English club, Tottenham). 1964
1. Denise Lou
(Scottish, Manchester United), 2. Luis Suarez (Spanish, Internazionale), 3. Amancio (Spanish, Real Madrid) 1965
1. Eusebius
(Portuguese, Benfica), 2. Giacinto Facchetti (Italy, Internazionale), 3. Luis Suarez (Spanish, Internazionale) 1966
1. Bobby Charlton
(English, Manchester United), 2. Eusebio (Portuguese, Benfica), 3. Franz Beckenbauer (West Germany, Bayern Munich) 1967
1 – Albert Velerian (FRARENCVÁROS)
2. Bobby Charlton (England, Manchester United), 3. Jimmy Johnston (Scottish, Celtic) 1968
1. George Best
(Northern Ireland, Manchester United), 2. Bobby Charlton (English, Manchester United), 3. Dragan Dzajic (Yugoslavia, Crvena Zvezda). 1969
1. Gianni Rivera
(Italian, Milan), 2. Luigi Riva (Italian, Cagliari), 3. Gerd Müller (West Germany, Bayern Munich) 1970
1. Gerd Müller
(West Germany, Bayern Munich), 2. Bobby Moore (English, West Ham United), 3. Luigi Riva (Italian, Cagliari) 1971
1. Johan Cruyff
(Dutch, Ajax), 2. Sandro Mazzola (Italian, Internazionale), 3. George Best (Northern Ireland, Manchester United). 1972
1. Franz Beckenbauer
(West Germany, Bayern Munich), 2. Gerd Müller (West Germany, Bayern Munich) 3. Gunter Netzer (West Germany, Mönchengladbach) 1973
1. Johan Cruyff
(Dutch, Barcelona), 2. Dino Zoff (Italian, Juventus), 3. Gerd Müller (West Germany, Bayern Munich) 1974
1. Johan Cruyff
(Dutch, Barcelona), 2. Franz Beckenbauer (West Germany, Bayern Munich), 3. Kazimierz Dina (Polish, Legia Warsaw) 1975
1. Oleg Blokhin
(Soviet Union, Dynamo Kiev), 2. Franz Beckenbauer (West Germany, Bayern Munich), 3. Johan Cruyff (Dutch, Barcelona). 1976
1. Franz Beckenbauer
(West Germany, Bayern Munich), 2. Robbie Rensenbrink (Dutch, Anderlecht), 3. Ivo Victor (CZ, Dukla Praha) 1977
1. Alan Simonson
(Danch, Monchengladbach), 2. Kevin Keegan (English, Hamburg), 3. Michel Platini (French, Nancy) 1978
1. Kevin Keegan
(English, Hamburg), 2. Hans Krankel (Austria, Barcelona), 3. Robbie Rensenbrink (Dutch, Anderlecht) 1979
1. Kevin Keegan
(English, Hamburg), 2. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (West Germany, Bayern Munich), 3. Ruud Krol (Dutch, Ajax) 1980
1. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
(West Germany, Bayern Munich), 2. Bernd Schuster (West Germany, Barcelona), 3. Michel Platini (French, Saint-Etienne) 1981
1. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
(West Germany, Bayern Munich), 2. Paul Breitner (West Germany, Bayern Munich), 3. Bernd Schuster (West Germany, Barcelona) 1982
1. Paolo Rossi
(Italian, Juventus), 2. Alain Giresse (French, Bordeaux), 3. Zbigniew Boniek (Poland, Juventus) 1983
1. Michel Platini
(French, Juventus), 2. Kenny Dalglish (Scotland, Liverpool), 3. Allan Simonsen (Danish, Wegel) 1984
1. Michel Platini (France, Juventus), 2. Jean Tigana (France, Bordeaux), 3. Preben Alkiar-Larsen (Denmark, Verona) 1985
1. Michel Platini
(French, Juventus), 2. Preben Elgaer-Larsen (Den, Verona), 3. Bernd Schuster (West Germany, Barcelona) 1986
1. Igor Belanov
(Soviet club, Dynamo Kyiv), 2. Gary Lineker (English, Barcelona), 3. Emilio Butragueno (Spain, Real Madrid). 1987
1. Ruud Gullit
(Netherlands, Milan), 2. Paulo Futre (Portuguese, Atletico Madrid), 3. Emilio Butragueno (Spaniard, Real Madrid). 1988
1. Marco van Basten
(Dutch, Milan), 2. Ruud Gullit (Dutch, Milan), 3. Frank Rijkaard (Dutch, Milan) 1989
1. Marco van Basten
(Dutch, Milan), 2. Franco Baresi (Italian, Milan), 3. Frank Rijkaard (Dutch, Milan) 1990
1. Lothar Matthaus
(German, Internazionale), 2. Salvatore Schillaci (Italian, Juventus), 3. Andreas Brehme (German, Internazionale) 1991
1. Jean-Pierre Papin
(in French, Marseille), 2. Lothar Matthaus (Germany, Internazionale), Darko Banchev (Yugoslavia, Crvena Zvezda), Dejan Savicevic (Yugoslavia, Crvena Zvezda) 1992
1. Marco van Basten
(Netherlands, Milan), 2. Hristo Stoichkov (Bulgarian, Barcelona), 3. Dennis Bergkamp (Dutch, Ajax) 1993
1. Roberto Baggio
(Italian, Juventus), 2. Dennis Bergkamp (Dutch, Inter Milan), 3. Eric Cantona (French, Manchester United) 1994
1. Hristo Stoichkov
(Bulgarian, Barcelona), 2. Roberto Baggio (Italian, Juventus), 3. Paolo Maldini (Italian, Milan). 1995
1. George Weah
(Liberian, AC Milan), 2. Jürgen Klinsmann (Germany, Bayern Munich), 3. Jari Litmanen (Finland, Ajax) 1996
1. Matthias Sammer
(German, Borussia Dortmund), 2. Ronaldo (Brazil, Barcelona), 3. Alan Shearer (English, Newcastle). 1997
1. Ronaldo
(Brazil, Internazionale), 2. Predrag Mijatović (Yugoslavia, Real Madrid), 3. Zinedine Zidane (Juventus, France). 1998
1. Zinedine Zidane
(Juventus, France) 2 – Davor Suker (Croatia, Real Madrid) 3 – Ronaldo (Brazil, Internazionale). 1999
1. Rivaldo
(Brazil, Barcelona), 2. David Beckham (English, Manchester United), 3. Andriy Shevchenko (Ukraine, Milan). 2000
1. Luis Figo
(Portuguese, Real Madrid), 2. Zinedine Zidane (French, Juventus), 3. Andriy Shevchenko (Ukraine, Milan). 2001
1. Michael Owen
(English, Liverpool), 2. Raul (Spanish. Real Madrid), 3. Oliver Kahn (German, Bayern Munich) 2002
1. Ronaldo
(Brazil, Real Madrid), 2. Roberto Carlos (Brazil, Real Madrid), 3. Oliver Kahn (Germany, Bayern Munich). 2003
1. Pavel Nedved
(Czech Republic, Juventus), 2. Thierry Henry (French, Arsenal), 3. Paolo Maldini (Italian, Milan). 2004
1. Andrey Shevchenko
(Ukraine, Milan), 2. Deco (Portuguese, Barcelona), 3. Ronaldinho (Brazil, Barcelona). 2005
1. Ronaldinho
(Brazil, Barcelona), 2. Frank Lampard (English, Chelsea), 3. Stephen Gerrard (English, Liverpool). 2006
1. Fabio Cannavaro (Italian, Real Madrid), 2. Gianluigi Buffon (Italian, Juventus), 3. Thierry Henry (French, Arsenal) 2007
1. Poop (Brazil, Milan), 2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portuguese, Manchester United) 3. Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barcelona). 2008
1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portuguese, Manchester United), 2. Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barcelona), 3. Fernando Torres (Spain, Liverpool). 2009
1. Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barcelona), 2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portuguese, Manchester United / Real Madrid), 3. Xavi (Spaniard, Barcelona). 2010*
1. Lionel Messi
(Argentina, Barcelona), 2. Andres Iniesta (Spaniard, Barcelona), 3. Xavi Hernandez (Spaniard, Barcelona) 2011
1. Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barcelona), 2. Andres Iniesta (Spaniard, Barcelona), 3. Xavi Hernandez (Spaniard, Barcelona) 2012
1. Lionel Messi
(Argentina, Barcelona), 2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portuguese, Real Madrid), 3. Andres Iniesta (Spaniard, Barcelona). 2013
1. Cristiano Ronaldo
(Portuguese, Real Madrid), 2. Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barcelona), 3. Franck Ribery (French, Bayern Munich) 2014
1. Cristiano Ronaldo
(Portuguese, Real Madrid), 2. Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barcelona), 3. Manuel Neuer (German, Bayern Munich). 2015
1. Lionel Messi
(Argentina, Barcelona), 2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portuguese, Real Madrid), 3. Neymar (Brazilian, Barcelona). 2016
1. Cristiano Ronaldo
(Portuguese, Real Madrid), 2. Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barcelona), 3. Antoine Griezmann (French, Atletico Madrid) 2017
1. Cristiano Ronaldo
(Portuguese, Real Madrid), 2. Lionel Messi (Argentine, Barcelona), 3. Neymar (Brazilian, Barcelona, ​​then Paris Saint-Germain). 2018
1. Luka Modric (Croatian, Real Madrid), 2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portuguese, Real Madrid, Juventus), 3. Antoine Griezmann (French, Atletico Madrid) 2019
1. Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barcelona), 2. Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands, Liverpool), 3. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portuguese, Juventus). 2020
The award was not presented due to the coronavirus pandemic and the shutdown of international football for several months. Instead, a Ballon d’Or dream team that spans the award’s history has been announced. 2021
1. Lionel Messi (Argentine, Barcelona / Paris Saint-Germain), 2. Robert Lewandowski (Polish, Bayern Munich), 3. Jorginho (Italian, Chelsea). 2022
1. Karim Benzema (in French, Real Madrid), 2. Sadio Mane (Senegalese, Liverpool, Bayern Munich), 3. Kevin De Bruyne (Belgian, Manchester City) Between 2010 and 2015, the FIFA Ballon d’Or was awarded in combination.

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